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To the Boy3 
^nd Girls 



Th« Pussier Is here, call In and get 
0n<> b«for« tlvey are. til gone. 

C«inpb«ll's FresorJptlon Store. 
We are prompt and careful. 



VOL cm.,' NO. 212, 




COAL 



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HALL & WALKER 

Wellington Coriieiy Co. Coal 

ttSt OoTemmeat St rb«B« t^ 



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VICTORIA, B. C, THURSDAY, AUGUST 



EIGHTEEN PAGES 





nsive 



If you only knew the^arnount of addod 
^charm a pieee rQfj^utjras? gives_lQ_.the tab le, 
you w<:)uld not be without a piece. Our 
shqwing is a most diversified one. Import- 
ed by us direct from America's most, noted 
glass cutters. 

" The sparkle 
be noted will at 
let us showvou a few pieces 



Resolution Unanimously Adopt- 
ed at Chicago Establishing 
Concordat Between Knights 
Templar Governing Bodies 



Mmn and Woman Shot. 

■''■'OSGOOD, lad". 'A"ugriO:--tlo8e'^ 
ner and a man that refu.sod to glvi? hla 
niirtie lie j.rohably fatally wounded tit 
the Wagnf-r liotel ht'VQ tonlRht. and a 
slKTiff.i po.><8e is soarchlng for An- 
drew WagntT, chargrd with shooting 
them' while they wer.- drhing-. Miss 
WaK-ner and Andrew Wfigncr are not 
related, llif hud tx-en employed at the 
hotel owne<5 by Miss Wagner's brother. 



m SUFFERS 

FROM FLOODS 



and 



many different hues to 
onee api5cal to you. Better 



ATTAINS OBJECT 

"-_.:^L0N6 AHWED AT 



Establishes Closer Rok^tions 

Between Knights cf Eng-- 

■ land, Ireland, Swtland, 

Canada and United States 



Estimate of Crops 
OU'TAWA. AUK. 10-— J- «• Turriff, M. 
P for F.a.st Asslnlbola, has rnlurned 
tn Ottawa after s)H-ndiiig a month In 
Western CanadH. He donlen the report 
that iie Ih^ either stated for or wants 
an ai)i>olntment in the near future as 
Lieut. -Governor of Sa«l<atehewan. Tiifi 
Governor in succession to Ue.ut. -Gov- 
ernor FoPKOt will, It 18 under.stood, be» 
a Saskatchewan man. Mr. Turriff .-iays 
the estimates of Western crop experts 
vary from 75,000,000 to 8r),000,000 
buahels. ■ 



Many ttves- Have Been ' Lost 
and Large Amount of Prop- 
erty Destroyed Through Ex- 
tensive Rainfall 



Cri(:4)en Papers Arrive. 

QXTEBEC, AUK. lO-— All the papers 
authorizing the surrender of Dr. Haw- 
h-y H, Grippen and Miss Leneve to the 
lirltlsh police were received today by 
the provincial authorities from ^h** Do- 
minion . ■erovernment. The prisoners 
nuiy l>e taken baclt to England any 
tlino after Augu.^t 15. 





IS DOING WEIL 



^/- 



Seek to Force 

COl^UMBUS, O.. 
were taken today l^y 
chamber of commerce 
bitration in ^tlie street 
Columbus Railway 



Arbitration 

Aug. 10.— -Steps 



Herald Fire. 



Ghalloner & Mitchell Co., Ltd. 

Jewellers - ioi7\Government Street 



TtIK S'l''M!l-; TH.vr 



m:i;\ I ::- y<' 



HK.<T 



J 



and 
event 
many 



L. 



Noel & Sons (London) 
Goods in Glass 



Another fancy shipment Just to hand— the very 
tractive looking Potted Meat.-? and Sweet Dainties 
have ever received. 

VKAl. AND HAM. per glass • •- 

CHU^KKS A.vn To.N'GI'IC. jier glnss 

GHIi'KRN A.\'L) H.\M. per glass 

riTRKEV A.N'D H.-VM, per glass^ ■■■ . !• • ,• ». 

rHINOI.=? IN SVRl'P. pe«" glass 

PEACHKS IN SYRl'P. per glas.s 

•PINEAPPLE fin chunk) in syrup 

\PRICOTS IX SYRUP, per glass 

TOr Nf:; STKM "GINGKRS, per glass • 

RASPBERRIES, per glass ■ 

MACEOOINE DE IT^UITS ■• 



nicest "hnd most at- 
In heavy 'syrup we 

;... . 60c 

60c 

60c 

fiflc 

.'.'.' Jl.OO 

.;.... 77.; 11.00^ 

' ..85c 

:....... si.QiO 

60c 

60'c 

..60c 



(."aricr 



SPECIAL THI'S WEEK 
Delicious Ginger Winq, large bottle for 



50c 



(.'HlC.VGi.i, Aug. iu. — Tile re«u|Liliun-- 
unanimously adopted here, establish- 
ing a concordat between the Knights 
Templar governin'; bodies.-=-_ts_said.^J! 
Masons" to be-the most Itnportant step_ 
taken by tlie conclave in years. The' 
concordat establishes amiable rela 
tions betweeii the Knights of 
land, Ireland, Scotland, Canada 
the United ■ States, and is an 
that has been crystallizing j.or 

years. • _ _ 

Its consummation' Is saTcl to be the 
chief object .for which the , Karl of 
Eu.ston, pro-grand master i^f England 
and Wale.?., v.isi led tl;" ■'■^' li'-inlal 
conclave. 

All the Templars of llio world are 
affiliated with the governing boards 
of one or the other nationy, And to- 
day's legislation practically sonsoll- 
dates them. 

The election of officers for 
clave of 1PL1 wlU-be taken ui< i..u...i- 
row. > Unaer the. established custom 
of pragrecslon. elective officers all 
advance one sftep, leaving only the of- 
(Ice of Gr.°.nd Junior Warden to be 
tilled. The candidates are I-'rederlck 
C. Thaver of Waterville, Ataine, J. W. 
Chamberlain, St. Paul, I. U Register, 
of New Jersey,, and T. P. New, of Iij- 
diana. 

The competitive drills began early 
today ani will last tliroug^h tumor- 
row. Detroit commafidery No. 1 was 
on the rtt^d- today. Sixty men in Klack 
uniforms, topped with the white- 
plumed chapoaux, marched and coun- 
termarched, ending with the sabre 
salute to the grandstand. 
■ In the drills late tuday. EftIJ>X. Coni- 

-TrrFIT|-4fH ^-- NO .i .ff g Tnrl |.nnnpnlU W ?? the 

first prlze.^ 



Montreal 

MONTREAL. Aug. 10,— Chief Trem- 
blay's report on the Herald tire was 
presented to the board '>( control this 
morning. The report gives a descrip- 
tion of the di.-!aster and includes a list 
of tho.so worthy of special mention for 
bravery (iiKpla.\ed during ih.- work of 
rescuing those who were imprisoned 
In the bulhllng by the fall of the walls, 
tank and the roof. Forty-five are men- 
tioned for bravery. Including Rev. 
I'alher Anatope .Martin, chapl.iin of the 
lire brigade: Rev. lOither Elliott of St. 
[Patrick's <>hurch: Rev Canon Renud, 
St. Thoma.s church; 
Arthur Mann 
^Vtarin. 



RAILWAY SERVICE 
. ^^___IS DEMORALIZED 



the Columbus 
to effect ar- 
car strike. The 
and Light com- 
pany has declared it will not arbitrate, 
while the striking employees insist 
that arbitration offers the only means 
of settlement. The city has declared 
that It win not make further appro- 
priations for extra police expenses un- 
less arbitration Is consented 



to. 



Doctors Report Mr. Gaynor's 
Condition, as Favorable— Is 
Taking Nourishment '■"' 
Resting Well 



ana 



Damage to Rice Crop Likely to 
Cause Famine and Hardship 
Throughout Empire— Suffer- 
'n Capital 



ing 



md 



Rev. District Chief 
District V'lilef Oscar 



INW FIRES 





Dry Weather of Past/ew Days, 
Revive Forest Coiiflagr^tions 
That Were Thought to be 
Stopped 



ToKKi, Aug. 10.— Serious • floods 
continue throughout Japan. Thous- 
ands of houses are submerged, and 
man>' lives have Iseen io.si. The in- 
terruption to raiiwny service la unpre* 
cedented. There is much sulterlng in 
•[••'kid. 

Tlie heaviest rainfalls in years 
ihronghoitt the island of Hondo 
tluealen with devaslHtlon the rice 
cro|is of the emiiire. 

The greatest dumagi- l.s reported at 
Shid/.uoka npar Yokohama, where 40 
persons are reported dead and 200 
b\iilding.s submerged. In addition to the 
destruction of the rice crop. 

The increasing report.*!' Of "the" dfrnV- 
age to crops caused prices on the stock 
market to soar. If the crops are a fail- 
ure, famine and hard times will be ex- 
)>erienced throughout Japan. 

The tunnels, dykes and rails nf the 
Tokaldo lines and of other ruilr<iads, 
have citlier collapsed or been washed 
out entailing heavy lo.«is. Telephone 
and leleKr.tph poles have been tlirown 
down and communications is dlthcult 
with -t+itr-most seriously affected re- 
gions. 



AVIATORS HURT 

Walter Brookins and German Aeroj. 

pianist Meets 'Witfi Accrdenis 
While Flying 

ASBURY PARK. .V. .T., Aug. 10.— A 
serious mishap to Walter Brookins, in 
which the daring Wright aviator was 
inUnfully hurt, nuirred the first 'lay of 
llif aviation meet here: 

,IOHA.\"NlSTAIlL, Germany, Aug. 10. 
— The aeroplHiil.st Helm, was seriously 
hurt at the aviation meet here this af- 
tti4UM>on. While he wn.<i flying in a 
Wj'lght machine at a helRlU of ubout 
225 feet one of the jiropeller-s broke. The 
other continued to run, oausing the craft 
to turn over .'leveral times. It fell with 
a crash and wns completely deniollslied. 
HS'lm was carried off the field uncon- 
scious. 



REPORTED THREAT 

OF POLICEMAN 



Gallagher Announces That He 

But Would 
See Mayor 



Is Not Sorry, 
Now Like to 
Gaynor Recover 



PLANS FOR VISIT 
OF SIR WILFRID 



Arrangements 
ment 

Minister Are 
Committee — 



for 



of Dominion's 



DIXI H. ROSS & CO. 

Independent Grocers, 1317 Government Street 

- - Liquor Dept. Tel. 



JOE GANS DEAD 

Former Lightweight Champion Suc- 
cumbs Aftor Year's Struggle 
With Consumption. 



Tels. 50, 51. 5 



1590 



J 



r 



Quality First 
Price Second 



Tbe 

that 



two combined guarantee you shoe satisfaction 
cannot be surpassed, arid verj hard to equal. 



WHITEEISII, Mont , Aug. 10.— Th« 
forest fires; whicli nm re slightly abat- 
ed with the rains last week, and were 
thought to be und€<r control, have 
tak«n a serlons turn, and now are 
burning more fiercely than ever after 
three (Jays of dry, hot weather, west 
(vf here In the Daily Lake district. The 
smoke this evening' was 80 thick that 
it completely obscured the sun. 

B1LLINC5.S, Mont., Aug. 10.— Ad- j 
vices from Yellowstone Park are that | 
'forest flre.s on Bell mountain and j 
Mt. St. Mary's are 'completely under j 
control. The-ftre-aovith . of Y'ellow- | 
r.tone lake is liot yet In hand, but the 
situation Is not serious. Deer, j elK, 
antelo;>e and bear are flying fronfi the 
fires, and seeking safety In tta^ low 

l.'.ntl''. - - ■ : — ■ -- -- ^ 



Alleged Oregon Land Frauds 
PORTLAND, Ore., Aug. lO.—Davld 
Eccles, the Salt J.,ake City millionaire, 
sugar king and proniin(»nt member of 



Entertain- 
Prime 
Announced by 



the Mormon chtirch, iind the other in 
I dieted officers of the Oregon Lumber 
j company, began a technical battle for 
I liberty in the federal court here today. 
They are accused of entering a con- 
splra^cy to ,d£sfraiid_-the government of 
I iinber lands. The Indictment was re- 
turned by the grand Jury but three 
days before the statute of limitations 
would have run, and the charges are 
based upon the last alleged overt act. 
Kccles' attorney fUed a demurrer on 
the ground that the stiOaite of limita- 
tions had expired. Probably) no de- 
cision will be reached for several 
weeks. Mr. Eccles was not in fhe 
court -roopi. 



McCandless Bros. 

555 Johnson Street - Victoria^ B 

Positively Na Credit 



& Cathcart 

c. 



BALTI.MOUE, Aug. 10. — loa Gan.«l, 
formerly light-weight champion of . the 
world," today succumbed to consumption, 
against the ravages of which he had 
fought Kamely for a year. His death oc- 
oiried about 8 o'clock this morning at 
the home of his foster mother. 

The end eanve peacefully. At the bed- 
side were Mr.«t. Gans, his foster mother. 
Kid North, a pugilist. Miss Lallighan, the 
nurf<e -who has be6n In attendance on' 
Gans. and Colonel Dan Pendleton, an old 
.tirne^ friend' of the forriier champion. 

Gff nB^ _eBtH I fe --fg estimated at only 
$10,OQO, He carried little life Insurance. 
The earnings of his entlr^ 'career were 
over ?300,000. 

Gans' last .public, appearanfce was .on 
the stage of the Gaiety thonlro In Ral- 
timore, the night beforri the stricken 
fighter left for Arizona, In hoipe of. re- 
gaining his falling health. Battling 
Nelson was playing at the Gaiety at ilie 
lime. Gans came on the stage with his 
one lime victor amid a' thunder of ap- 
plause. Ife spoke briefly, telling of hla 
sorrow at being obliged to leave his home 
He then pathetically bid good-byo to' NeU 
•son and left the stage,, never to be seen 
tn public again. 



Washington Regatta 
WASHINaTON. Aug. 10.— Rowing 
crews from niany cities of the United 
States and Canada are arriving In 
Washington to cbmyete in the national 
regatta on the Potomac river Friday 
and Saturday. 



10 





Quebec Rifle Meet 
MONTREAL. Aug. 10.— The tenth iin- 
nual prize me.et of the Province of 
Quebec Rifle association opened on the 
rapse at. Point . Aux Trembles' today. 
wUh all signs, pointing to one of the 
most successful tournamertts in the his- 
tory, of the association. An attractive 
prDErrarnme covering _tj}.ree'dayS-- has 
.'pgred~ foy th e 'meet.' 



r 



"n 



To the Public: 



A> representatives in l^ritish Columljia an'd tlie Yukon 
Territory of Cr. U. Mumm-& Go's Champagnes, we lake 
pleasure in giving you the following stStistics relative to 
the importation of champagne, froin J anii \ i...\ugust 

ist, igio. Which data was supplied !>} 
New York arrd i.s ahsolutely correct; 



.Mlaire, 



of- 



C 




C. II. .ML-M^L.& O >. . 
romm£:gr' and Gren<-) . 

MoctliSbMidoti 

krug & Co. . ., 

Vvc. Clicquot 

Louis Rc'cdercr 

Pol Roger • • ' 

Dry.MonopoU- ........ 

Ru'inart, Terc t'v I'il- ■ • 

One dc MontcbcUo 

.Various Other ImporrsT 



(/r;i;id 'i'ldul 



Kach 
Mumni & 
strarli 



•45 ''^4" 

• ^0,445 

■ti,.i.S5. 
. 10,360 

• 4.3'?3 

. 4-'95- 

• 2,834 
. 2,675 
. 2.010 

~T3.733 

f3Ty>7 

id 



Currents Trouble Wires 
AVIN.VIPEG, Aug. lO.^-Karth cur- 
rents, the bugbear of the. telegra-phiats, 
have been playfng havoc with wires 
east and -west of Fort Wlljlam during 
the Inst twelve hours. Winnipeg ap- 
pears the fttrtl»e*t— ^vest point affect- 
ed, as Is generally the case when 'this 
phenomenon Is demonstrated. As usual 
nortli and south wires aro unaffpcted 
arid rhucfi of the business between 
Winnipeg and the east is being' sent 
via Chicago. Earth currents puzzlq 
the scientists, for they are quite dls- 
I tlnct ^rom the xiurora and cannot be 
I traced to fftmosjdierlc dlstljrbances., 



Murder of Wm. L. Rice. 
. CL1:;VI-:lA.\I), <>.. Aug. 10.— Every 
theory in reg-urd to the murder of 'Wil- 
liam L. Rice has been upset by the 
testimojiy offered today- at the coro- 
ner's Inquest. The first sensation 
came when Geo. Freeman, a gun ex^ 
pert testified that the bullet taken 
from ,the dead man's head' had not 
come from a 32 calibre revolver, as 
supposed, but belonged to either a 
Winche.ster rifle or a Russian Gallery 
rifle. - This testimony complicates still 
further the mystery of i\lr. 
but it gives the police 
they think may bring 



ON HER 




Secretary "of Commission o^n' 
Conservation. Now Visiting 
British Columbia.-,fQr, Pur- 
pose of Gathering Data 



When Sir Wilfrid Laurier arrives 
in the city on Wednesday afternoon 
he will, be greeted with one of the 
most enthusiastic receptions which he 
has yet mot with -on his tour through 
the. Dominion. 'B^.ry arrangement 
for the evenljs being perfected by tlie 
coriimittees tn- charge- -fl>iul before the 
end of the week it is Ihougln that 
everything will be in readiness. 

Upon arrival at the t;. P. K. docks 
between four and live o'clock on the 
aft'ernoi;m of August 17th, .he wlix he 
met by the Mayor and Aldermen Of 
the city, and presented with an -ad- 
dress 'welcoming him to Victoria, and 
lenderihg him the freedom of the city. 
Following this he will be escorted to 
the Empi-ess Hotel by the Mayor and 
a deputation from the hwal- Lriboral 
association. ^ 

In the evening a public reception 
will be h< Id in the Parliament build- 
ings. Sir Wilfrid on this occasion be-' 
Ing the guest of the provincial gov- 
, ernment. To this reception the pub- 
I He generally are Invited, and the fol- 
lowing official notice has been issued 
by the Provincial Secretary: 

"The i)ubllc of British Columbia 
and visitors are cordially^- Inv+ted to 
meet the Right Honorable Sir Wilfrid 
Laurier. C.C.M.G.. P.O., Premier of 



NEW YORK, Aug. 10.— The follow- 
ing bulletin on Mayor Gaynor's condi- 
tlon Was issued at y:30 o'clock tonight: 
"The mayor's progress today ha« been 
satisfactory. He has good strength, 
has rested, well, has taken considerable 
'nourishment and is in good condlli'ui 
this evening. (Signed) Wm. J. Arlitz." 
Interest centres In the mayor's 
condition, but Gallagher, now prdfess- 
ing a trace of penance for his deed, 
commanded further notoriety froin his 
cell in Jersey City this evenihift" 

.An anonymous letter, vulgarly 
couched, and threatening the life of 
Street I 'onunissioner Edwards, whose 
blows felled Gallagher to the deck of 
the Kaiser Wilhelm Der Grosse yester- 
day, started a perfunctory police inves- 
tigation, bur generally tlte action Is at- 
tril)\ited to a crank. Although it pre- 
dicted for "Big Bill" a fate similar to 
the nlayor's, ihe former fooilmll placer 
seemed to regard his chances for life 
and death as good as ever. 

Two young girls who declared that 
they overheard an intoxicated pollcc- 
uian remark on Monday night that the 
mayor would be shot e'i,ther on his de- 
parture for or on his return from 
furnished the foundation for 
police inquiry. Policeman 
Hock, of the Madison Street 
whose number is 7846, is the 
given liy tlie girls, was sus- 
from duty tonight pending In- 



Europe, 
another 
.los. P. 
station, 
numljer 
ponded 



vestigatlon. Hock has been on the 
irorce for tliree years. The mayor has 
been drastic In his police betterment 
crusade, and he has many enemies on 
(lie force. 

Gallagher's Utterances. 
<;allagher's statement' this evening 
was hlsllrsi frank talk concerning the 
crime. "W'hlle I will not say that I 
am" sorry;" he said, "I now hope that 
the mayor gets well. But I wanted to 
teach high utlicials to regard the rights 
of subordinates. I consider that I had 
to shoot the mavor as a" les.s'on to the 
country. 1 did what I did for personal 
principles, and was not prompted , by 
anv anai-chistic belief. 

•"■I am sorry that Comnitssloner Ed- 
wards was wounded, for I was aiming 
only at the mayor, but even the 
thought of killing him had not been 
long In mv mind. In fact, I reached 
no decision until I got up yesterday 
morning. The paper said that Gaynor 
was gojngto sail for a vacation. That 
made me ' angry— to think that he 
Should have a vacation in Europe while 
I did not even haye a chance to work, 
much less get n vacation. So 1 hur- 

. rled 0ver 19 the Twenty-third street 

Canada, at apdbllc reception to lJf»s,s ferry and Inquired my way to the 



Rice's death 
■ a clue \' !ii> Ii I 
resultis. 



succeeding yc'^r iiicL.o:i>5'^ l'i<-' dcniana tur^ C.«. 
Co.'s Champagne, the importations of which 
increasing in corisequenc 



L! 



arc 



PITHER & LEISER 

\'icloria. N'anmuvcr. Xe! 



^on. 



NEWS SUMMARY 

Page 
1 — W'ound^d .Mayor polng Well. 
-• - — •Masonic Event of Import- 
ance. Japan Sufter.5 From 
Floods. ■>. 

2— C. E. Convention. Flower 
.Show Is Largely Attended. 
3 — I^Vii to Death Rrom .. New 
I'hnpress Wing, 
.May Be End to Yfiar'^. Search. 
Hoy Scouts t;otho -With 
' Their Chief. New. Horn« 
fc.r V. & S. UallWa.\-. 
^ — ^lOditorlal. _ _, 

6_Sovlal 4ind- pcrsonSl, ' -- 

'6— -News oT fhe city. 
,7 — Local News. 
8 — ill, woman's renhn. 
g — igport. 
10— Addltlnn.'i'l .simu). 
^ 1 — 1». .A-~MatLec^(itt:i'anadlans , 
Alone. Cannot Traffic With 
.Inpanesc I'eopjr. 
12 — General .\i'vv.«i. 
■iZ — .ii(>)il estate. 
H— Mariiie. 
15 — -Market."!, 
IQ — Classilied Advts. 
Xi^^VubUc Ownership of Rail 

Lines. ■ 
IS — David Spencer, Lid. 



RUNS AWAY F 
THE 





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VANCOUVER. Aug. 10.— James 'Whlto ' 
of Ottawa; formerly chief geographer of 
the Dominion and now secretary of the 
commission on conservatism, is here. 

Mr. White's western trip "^^^s imder- 
laken primarily for the purpose of gath- 
ering data for a report he Is preparing 
on the water powers of the Dominion. 
The report will be published about the 
date of the meeting of the commi.''sioii 
In Ottawa next January. . 

Mr. White will visit Victoria with the 
object of seeking certatn Informs Oon 
n-otu the provincial, goiv'ti'nmejit. He l» 
an enthusiast about the volume of mo- 
tive power available In Brltl.'<h Colum- 
Ida. Before returning east he expects 
to find time to Inspect a number of the 
] Water powers on, the low^r mainland, In- 
j eluding Lake Buntz.en and Stave lake. 
I His forthcoming report will give In de- 
I tall the horsepower avnilable In every 
I'prOvlnc'' frnni th^^ Atlnntl'- to the V'n-- 
icific. 

niiil(i-;;l iin.l ti;n; nil : i; 1 ir r.^i uf ilic 



tend'ered' birtlre premier and members 
of the executive council of the gov- 
ernment of British Columblar In tbQ. 
parllffment buildings, 'Victoria, on 
Wednesday, the 17th -instant, at 9 p. 

^' "HENRY ESSON -YOt^NSr 

— "ProvlnclaJ Secretary.* 

On Thursday 
Thursday the Premier will . be 
through the city and the su- 
for an automobile ride as the 
of the Victoria Liberal Agso- 
This' will extend for about 
an hour or an hour andn. half, and 
on his return to the city he will re- 
ceive a deputation from the board of 
trade, hear the representations 
the Fenian Bald veicrnn 
ceive a.aeputatlon from ' 
(Continued oh I'rk- 



On 
taken 
burbs 
guest 
elation. 



of 



Kaiser Wilhelm. 

"My wrongs hart proved more than 
t .thought I could bear. ' Over and 
over again .1 sized up my hard station 
In life, and contrasted It with that of 
some other men — or Mayor Gaynor 
who had wronged me In particular.. 
At length, I determined to seek the re- 
venge that I concluded should be just- 
ly mine. I was not .ininl^, as has been 
Intimated. 

VHad I heard of President McKln- 
'ley's a.«.aasslnatlon? Of course and I 
be(le\f iiiadui 1^; some times 

right. 

"I had carried a gun for nine years. 
I feared the enemies I had made by 
when I was tryMng 



to 



.p.l 



llidian Prisoner IVial<eS' Escape icommi.ssion wm deiuer nddresses on 
and Also' Steals Deputy 



Warden's Coat — Was 

Working on Grounds 



con s<ir,.vaXlon — tnhls — fail — In — tlia — ^^ vaj^towstf- 
pralrle provinces. It Is not vlnilkely 
-Uiat 1, their - tour me v he extended to 
British (^Blumbla. -., . 

I , .^ ' 

I 



ALASKA ELECTS 




i«. 10. —A 

-not only 

from 

ieputy 

liun. 

five-.yenr tiiiui.. sent- 

. HC- had been om- 



NEW wr -tm: • :- ri':i!. .\ 
Yale-. IndUin named (Jliarley 
made good his e«^(un" yesierdny 
the pen'itentlar'. ' i ""'i< n^'' 
warden's coat witli 

The n.atlve' whS a 
-ojicad for, .Ijurglari', 

ployed in keeping the grounds In order, 
and was working near the avarden's resi- 
dence. While the guard's hack was 
turned for a moment he slipped away, 
ran along Columbia street and Is sup- 
posed to have enerod the residence of 
the deputy warde.h, .for a coat waft sto'*- 
j ■,.>«. fj-i.m tiicre"aolB5~ttme in the after-', 
noon. . j 

-^^ Warden Brown thinks tliere will be | 
no'Rreat difficulty In .catching liim , IJ 
he la not alrf-aily across Ihe boun^lnry 
line. The Indian wns 25 years of rk'\ 
nve feet Unif iiiches Ih height. stout 
and dark, and has a scar on his right 
cheek. 



To Work on C. N. R. 

:■ VAN(;K>UV.ER, ...AU£._-,.10.:r;-i>.iilt:Ieen 
heavy draught horses, the vanguard of 
the {.?, J. Johnson (Jontracting coln- 
pariy's outfit, arrived on the' Princess 
Ch.arlotte from Sejitlle y(>stcrday morn- 
ing and left la.it'nlght for a |)olnt..nenr 
New ■Westminster, where they, will be- 
gin work on the Canadian Northern's 
right of W'ftv. • This shipment was only 
a small one. rtnd several largo num- 
bers of horses and grading ec4Ulpmcn» 
will' sri'lvp -in a few 
sop compnnji^ Is one 
ffifftl cpntracttng; 



ndepeiKient 
—dttiate-- i-s- 
^Territoi^y 
Congress— Larp^e 



Republican Can- 
Again Se^-it From 
As Delegate to 
Ma'jority 

/ 



days.. The John- 
of the largest rail- 
flrms Jn *"■ ii'>rth- 



west. 



Agricultural. ^,ditor«. — ■—- ;■ .; - 

Aug. JO,— The agrl.- 
spent"" k .deUghlful 
In Moose Jnw the -progrnmrne 
luncheon as gui'st.f of the 
n thirty nille auto drlv(> 
the_J»nirroiindlng wheat fields. 
The crops will bo well tip to the aver^ 
HEP and the visitors were much Im- 
pressed witli the quality, con.ilderlng 
the dry season. The party is now en 
route to Outlook. 



ELBOW, Sask 
euUural edrtors 
iiiorniilg 
inciudlug 
city and 
through 



JUNEAU, Ala*J«av Aug. 10.— Judge ; 
James Wlckersham, Independent Re- ; 
publican, was elected to succV-ed him- , 
self as delegate to congress ^catrrdny 
over Ed. S. Orr, orgnnization Repub- 
lican bv a plularity vf.riously estinuit- 
ed at -from l.r.OO to -,000. The exact 
(Igures will not be known fiu- several 
days or pcrhniis weeks, as many pre- 
cinct's are in Isolated sections of the 
countrv. and tlie, returns must he sent 
by courier long distances to Hie mili- 
tary teb graph stations. 

yrr^wbo had the support of National 
"ronrhinteettTn.n L. Pr HUuckleford, ap- 
pears to hav.e led only In the territory 
about <'ordnvB, where It wa» <!onc*d- 
rd that he was strongest. 

Tn the other large centres Wlcker- 
sham led bv large majorities. Ev<«n In 
the Vnldez district, where Cirr makes 
his home, Wlckersham polled 196 votes 
to Ills opponent's 84; and In Fftlrbanks, 
Nome and Juneau, where Wicker- 
sham's strength lay, Orr ran far be> 
hind. 



i writing letters 

j reform the dock departtnent." 

'I'liere is marked 1 determination 
iiaoiig the Now Jersey authoritios t<i 
make Callagher an example o£ "(lulck 
Nqw Jersey justice," but it was defi- 
nitely deckled tonight not to lay his 
case before . the grand jury pending 
the outcome \>C the Mayor's Injuries, if 
the Mayor recovers Gallfigher will bo 
qulcklv trfed, charged with nssault 
with Intent to kill, for which he may 
receive a sentence sii '^0 years. if 
his victim shoulcl die the charge will 
be murder in Ibe first degree, the pen- 
ally for which is death. 

May^r Is Cheerful. 
I Mr „\ man "wbb" so narrowly escap- 
ed Instant death by an assassin's bul- 
let. Mayor Gaynor spent a cheerful 

day. 

With the eywr^Tjresent possibility of 
blood-'poisoniiig the anxiety of those - 
near his bedside remains tense, but 
every bulletin of the day concerning 
his condition was optimistic. 

Mayor Gaynor conversed cheerfully 

wlih those who saw him, and pl^adecl 

with his wife and his physicians to 

I allow liim a slice or two of bacon tor 

'which he has great fondness. 

Ills brother, 'Ujios. L. Caynor. who 
I rushed here from Ohio on the receipt 
'of the news of the shooting, was al- 
1 hiwed to spend only twenty minutes In 
,the sick room. The mayor's only oth- 
er visitors during tJ»«.".<ia>v-asUle from 
' his. physicians, were Mrs. Gayiior, who 
was with him ftlmoat constantly; John 
Purroy Mitchell, prealdent of the board 
of Aldermen, and now acting mayor. 
Commissioner E<lw«rd«, Bobert Adam- 
son, the Mayor's secretary and Mrs. 
Harry K. ViH«««r Itotinariy Miss Edith 
Giiyiior. 



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Catholic Total 



Abatainers 

BOSTON Aug. '16:— The fortieth an- 
niial convet^tlon of the National Catho-, 
lie total aVistnence- unl()n opened Iti 
this cltv today. The BOO dftlegatds p«r- 
tlclpate'cj in two aeasiona «* routin* 
business durlijg th« day. ,„:.„.._.„„ 



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Thurtdayi Auguat 11, 1910 



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Use a flot Point Electric Iron 



i^Bis 



,"i:xiunse atJout 3c. per 
lioiir. Ni' waiting. No 
time whsKhI r,uiininjf friun 
Btnve to Vioard. No hot 
kitohfii. Ni»' KdOT, nmoke 
or diisl. See ihi.s best of 
all ironis hdro In hjht- 



-irtitrnv' - " ■■ - • — " I —— — 

PRICE. COMPLETE |5.00. 
TEN DAYS' FREE TRIAL 
TO VICTORIANS. 




B* C. Electric Railway Co., Limited 



Fort and tjrng^ay .8tr««ta. 



C.E. 




STARTS ITS WORK 



/r- t . ■ • 

art pounanaiit and abld*. He polui- 
td out the need of drawlaj the irritvu- 
lion ot the younK people •»! th« coun- 
ii> to Una fact, *uid In dra^iiniff up 
the piogiMimue nwU iuli»\ idta In view, 
lie BftVc aeverai reasonB why the 
work 01 the CluiBilan EftdeAVor la 
liistinK. anif why it la growing greater 
year Ijy y^-ur. The moat important- 
reason Is becaime il lilis a piae« m 
the lile ul' llicj churtli. In tlie laat few 
_ .... ytors it liuu apreutl uiiiii nuw it hua 

tended Delegates Wei- exieddva it^* mllitc-nce thrMishout -ne 

' Icngtli ana ljrt-.«i.ilh of tlie i-lvlllz*\a 
world, and' hi all touniri.jH n\ here the 
iirni of tl»c ■iii8sl„ins h.is been fell. The 
i-hriBllan Knd'iHVor abo atands :\a a' 
wtcit-day exinesslon if what the Hiin- 
duy arhuol U for thu Sabbath Day. 
Noi inil>v m the church dJea 11 fill an 
important tdKCO, but aiBA> In thei'om- 
Hth annual convention of the ProvUi- imi'idiy. ^au It helps to Uevelope Kt od 



Opening Meeting Largely At- 



'comed to City— Addresses 
by President and Others 



-'St. .\iuirt'\\'s Presbyterian i-hiirch 
wa.s v^■el| filled la.st nljfht, when the 



m SHOW IS 
m\im 



Annual Exmbition Never Bet- 
ter in.' Both OLialitr' -and ^ 
■ Quantity "of Blooms Shown ; 
—Sweet Peas Are Feature! 

, / I 



SMOKE 



LA FLOR DE BAHAMA 



Kin'iwti I'ri 'im ciy.\<\ t.; ca-^i. .\ popular cit^ur at a pr)|nilar price 
— made of clear Ha^v^^a; Gft sale _c_\^!'' ^'^ Icr..-. 



JOE TASSE CIGAR COMPANY. 



THE BEEHIVE, Douglas Street 

Lai'KP size Fancy Collars, just arrived, 1,5 in neck, from . . .^ 35c 

English \\liitewear, or all -kinds. Nightdresses from 855a;_jCfl!rMt_Cov- 

era, up ". . . '. T. '7.^. ^ • ".■ • ■25c 

Drawers, up-fp^m 25c 






cial i'hrl«tlaii |':iuleavor .X.'JHocialioii 
opinied Its sessions. ,At last t'venlhK'« 
nii'etiiiK thfTe~"WiVS Mtrle bustneHs of 
! lini)oriance transiicted, the nuM'ting be- 
ing niorq of thf niiture of a formal 
welcome on the part of the Local C. 
!•;. Union by the MlnL-^terlHl Assocla- 
ib)ii'' and li>- Mn\or Morley on behali' 

\^r the c!t\-. ■ "" "' '--— — 

I Secri'tar.\- Colcinan was busy all the 
iafternnon mid' evening in billeting 
Uhc iuO delegates from onLaidc, pukU" 
j w ho have cbnie i to the eH> fur^li'' 
! laupose iif !itlending the sessiiniH uf 
' the convention. .XHsignnienis and reg- 
istration of all -tlii'st! Mttending w iM'e 
niadi-.- _. * • 

Al'ik'i' iheaer prellitiitKirifs, tb» mi-it- 
Ing in tile main auditorluin. .of ..the 
rl-iiiTCh 'f PPhf'd. Ri-v. W. Leallp (.'lay 
as pastiif ni' the con\entloii rluircli 
opened ibi conference wUh a .short 
devotional service, sev eral |)rayers be- 
ing offered by visiting clTg\nien and 
the congregation Jnlned in aitiKinK 't 
few h\nin.s. 

il£\.._^^liereimr .-\. CarKmi then look 

charg&-«f the mePttng, and in his op- 
ening rernarlj.s said that It gave him 
groat plea.mu'e to note the large at- 
tendance. L'p to date the number of 
delegates registered l.s far in-advance, 
of ■ the numbers registered in previous 
yuar^Jr^-'a-iHt— n>or«— ha,v«— 'y»t. ■ to come. 
He said that there wa.s no reflson why 
I this convention should not .be the most 
sucoessfut yet held, and if some spir- 
it of enthusiasm Was evinced by the 
delegates there was no doubt but what 



ALWAYS IN CONDITION 



DOG'S 



HEAD 





BASS 



Heartily ^WeTcomad. -^ 

Dr: Russell tlien took the platform 
iind -extended , u welcome to the visi- 
tors on behalf of the local Christian 
Endeavor -Association In the great 
work in which they are all engaged, 
in the uplifting of mankind. Now in 
the world there are 73,OOt) societies, 
and with a membership of over 3,- 
000,000 wdrker,S. He said that Victoria 
offered her hospitality without grudg- 
ing, the one desire being to make 
the visitors feel at home, and he told 
them to take for their motto while here 
the phrase. "What.,you. don't see ask for" 
If they did tha_t he assured them that 
they woiilflTie^veTriooked after. 

Dr. Campbell then on behalf of the 
Ministerial A.^soclatlon of the city 
welcomed them to the Queen City of 
the w est, and he hoped that they 
would return home with some better 
Impression of Victoria. He said that 
the Ministerial .Asi»oclatlon took an In- 
terest in the Christian lindeavor. work 
because It was a powerful help' In the 
extension of. the church proper, and 
wasglvtrrif'TB^'Tnpathy and loyal sup- 
port to the chinch. The object of the 
meeting was to adwnce the standard 
of the work of the Christian Endeavor 
TTrnrni" aiTff'"lo" "BrTHi- "tt^- menrtiers Wtl 



Tha Victoria Horticultural society has' 
I'arntfd a high meed of praise tinuUKii; 
cliizeiLship. The 'work in this line isltbo fUtwor show wbtrh It Mluged for tl^ej 
more Jnipurtant than the« protect.*, n ' public ui the drill ball yesterday, 'f'hi'j 
oi our I aiur..l resources, tlmlL-r, I extiltdtloii/ whicli can only be spoken of | 
li.ines and (isherle.s; It Is the biggest ; 1" the IdKbcsi' terms of praise, attracted I 
work which it Is possible to un*«>r- 1 "ver a thousund Duople aurliiK the after. 1 
lake. It is the awakening and Iho j noon and eveniiiK. Th'.' iirrangcmcnts | 
dcvtloplng...ln,....U»«-riglil way of the i^geueiiniy were excelleni. The arts of 
ytning luc ot tiie country, so thai in j decorative effect were - never empTrn'^e.lj 
thi- next generalltm it will express it- , l" greater adviinlage -at a local- exhlbi- 
ielf In true iltl/en.ship. | tlon nnd ihp Interest- aroused by tliej 

Christian Kndeavor Will last be- openlnK day .seems to Indlcat.- tlitil ib.M 



ibiti 
Almost Upon Us 



< ai...-e n .(dapi.s iia'.lf to local ctnUi- 
Itons. .Not onlV' is It wiirlii-wide in 



<'xhll)ltlon will be afinln 
oflfrnoon and eveninK 



tlironK^'-d tbis 



It.s inlliunce, but each COmiTiui-lity iii f As last yeijr. but upon Liil.s uepasiou 
in iLself the cfniie of ope uf the mj>»t 1 'n " nincb more marki'd nuinn<-r, lb.- 
pou*:rful forced- for gOOd-T^-hicb / lie ; dl-splay of swe«t peas was tlie. feature of 
i\orlc bss vet knov.'ii. ''he sbow. In llie opinion ot tbose who 

Another reason -wiiv" ChrWf l.r. lOn - j have vTiriWa A-irrlous shows -bo-tb^onthl^ , 
deavor will lasn Is because it promotes 1 'o" I '"'""t «'i^l '" «'"• Old Country this 
goud fellowship and unity. It Is nnl ''""""'• 1"""" ''» richness and Variety 1 
only a small body, this Brltlrfli C'dum- 



THE 



^fALvkn 



U'RE USED TO. 



A flWE TOHIC FIRST BREWED 




THE YEAR 1777. 



SASS t whose fame ts bas«d on bac^ 
BASS I whos* name is known where'er 
Srltonm hold their nactar dear-- 
jri-)ir*t assuaQing pleasantly. 



"FettH tt' 



— PITHER & LEISER 

*'^ ■ . , • ^— 

~~.Z WK61esaT<FA'gent8 For S.C. 
VICTORIA VANCOUVER NELSON 



oimmsmieBWi&msmB'jmMmmamm 



THE C ANi .DIAN BANK 
OF COMMERCE 



along the line up to that standard 

Mayor Morley was then called upon 
and^npon rising was greeted with a 
rousing reception. He said that he 
considered It an honor to he nsked to 
wek'ome such a great and Influential 
gathering to Victoria, and he assured 
them that the city was honored by the 
presence within its gates of such a 
congregation. He wished they would 
all come back some day and help him 
in the work of building up a great aiiid 
beautiful city. .Not onl.v would tlie 
members ot the .Asso-clatlon themselves 
be the gainers by this meeting, hut 
the city also, and in no les«i a degree. 
He considered that' every other con- 
vention of ft similar nature leaves Hs 
Impression for good on the life of the 
city, and the good seed which Is left 
grows and shows fruit long after the' 
convention haj g^gse d Itn doors. 

Such a c'.inventiori^ In the opinion of 

Hia Worship was strengthening of 

union efforts in breaking <lown the 

barriers, which .under present condi- 

tons hold sway. The work of the 

C Krlstla n Endeavor" and the work of 

£y ts ..cfiiiUDCli Ja ta ken up^ to. a-cerOiIil 
extenrvln the preparing of the child 
life forMhe greater life of the true 
citizen, bht one of the great faults In- 
the work which la at pr esent being 
TSjirie Is tmTrNr(rf-Fnm'rgTr~"afteritTon Ts" 
being given t<5\the, preparing of the 
city for the reception of that life after 
the Christian Endeeyor- and the church 
have turned it out. ^<M am as miiyor 
of the city" the spenR^r said, "very 



UF.AD orFICJE, TORONTO 



ESTABU.Sntl) 1R»7 



bia branch, tnit i)art of" the great 
nil vcmciii wliii'n sti etches its nandd 
o\ir the .eutlrr' universt 

it .stands to furnish health.s ser- 
vants for the ( hur-h as a whole, and 
aLfco to promote healthy atnvosph',-re 
lor _ that servl'.e. The Chrf^^llah En- 
deavor has crecitcd a most healthy .it- 
mospbeio ftir young people's work in 
the church, .Bcf ne the movement 
began, thewprU of the y^ung people 
v. as scarcely considered In th.; <'hur''h 
work at all, but now It is recognivied 
OS one of the most iTnport«'frtd*:C%«Xches 
i>f tlie whole institution. 

Rev. Mr. Carson- con<;luded-lils ad- 
jii;ess b.v urKin=^ The meinisera of-^he.; 
C" nventlon that the.\' are ht-re to get 
back to:^ther.-easential tbioKh ■ tninva 
th.it last." 

During. the Intcrmifslpn between The 
address of the president .'ihd tl;e tak- 
iriR up jiL—tbe orfering, Mr. Roy I. 
Longhe.fd, the conductor of the (••ni- 
ventlc'ji cliolr, rendered n sob . 

Rbv. Mr. Weit 

Rev. l.e.-iler 1,. West was then called 
ur>n lor his address, "1 ossef^sed and 
Being Possessed." "T.-lfe Is divided 
into two parts,'; tite speaker said, 'id)- 
ject and envlrpnmeiit. It consists of 
a two-fold process, poaseislng and 
bting possessed, the prCccss of suc- 
i»ps and , the process of failure, the 
process of victory and the process of 
defeat, the process of achiev >rhent ahl 
the process Of stirrendc'r, and the !ast 
Is the supreme thing." -Man is a be- 
Ihg". with an insatiable hunger and a 
bunole of desires And wants, Nomsi- 
tei- how much' of Anything he gets ho 
is never' s.iktl.;f led, and is continually 
ci.»lng for more.. We wer-j taugiu 10 
get, and this has been the chief ot our 
pursuits ever since Man Is not a 
healthy being until he commences to 
strlv.e, to ..possess,, tor he Was .made to 
possess. It is woven' into the . very, 
fibres of oiir being. 

But In the process of getting It 
mii3t-l)e ronsldere.d what we are striv- 
ing to get. We slioui.d strive after 
something tha.t is lasting. Hot merely 
things that are ephipmeral. A >oung 
man by years of apprenticeship learn.s 
a trade. Once gained it is impossible 
to 'Stamp this knowledge out of him, 
l.ipJess. hiB whole ' being Is destroyed. 
He can be readily rid of his money or 
his property; theywre things which do 
not abide. } 

Taking the step higher up, nnd It 
cnn be seen what, It means to possess 
<'ulture and character and wisdom. .N'o 
matter how. much men try, when once 
this has slowly been, woven into thotr 
being it cannot be disposed of. 

T-o-get the things that one Is striv- 
ing for is defeat, the highest success 



' of color, tlirlves nowhere to su.cb good 1 
j effect as in Victoria. T.vplcnl of what | 
i can be produced in local soil was the | 
exhibition of a type known as an Im- j 
proved l-llsle Herbert, a bloom never 
before shown In any ijuarter of the ) 
globe. This bloom, for siz'-. <piallty,] 
.siihstanrr- nnd-bold effect has In all 
proliablllty never been surprisseil. Jn! 
color It is wblte, tingedwith pink, its j 
petals being from two and a tpiarter to | 
two and- a half lnche.s In length. It- is I 
the product of an amateur crossing by 
Mr. J. A. Bland. ' , 

Another new variety ©* «weet pea ex- 
hibited was the Improved Creorge Sta'rk. 
in color a brllltiint crimson. The Nancy 
Perkln, with shrimp _.!Iidnk" petals was 
also exhibited for the first time h^cre. 
Among the rarer varieties which at 

tracted considerable attention were the 

Syria Lee,, the bloom be!hg~Ti "creitm 
o\erlald with pink, and the Audrey' 



When it i.s Linic iciv ilu- r'all Fair it nmst he lime for the 
Suit" "WeVe h'ecn tiiinkin^ this .suit <|uqstion over, 

idi the result of our ^tudy — 
Twentieth Century and 



h If } < '11, ami v\ I ml'! like l' 
^.aJi.ine •^oj^igniTient .of tli 
Other siilciuliil makes 1 if 



'IliiW 

fanpiu 



MEN^S SUITS FOR FALL VfEAR 

Prices $ 1 5 to $30 



■ ThcjacwEr^tCti I, M\k'-- arc more, conseryatlve,. plainer, yet 

more stylish w. ^ Keep well in mind the fact tltal nn manor how 

Mnall a pric? yoij pay here/gooH qiiafity and fit 

and the very, hjijhest-cjass tailorinj:^ goes wit.h each narment. 

\ Come in today and see the latest single and double breastctl 

"Autunin Suits in English Worsteds, Scotch and English 

Twetds attd Irish Serges. You have never before seen such 

—grafvd-vfiVttesT- — — ^-^^ 



"—-XtT—^^— •** f 



W. & J. WILSON 

MENS FURNISHERS. 
- laai Oovemnient St.. and Troano* At. 




much nahiimed to many >4i^lngs 4-*hliliiu,/!,Pred a vocal aolo. 



Crier a soft.,ptill plnk. All. the common- 
er varieties there in profusion, ra.nglng 
from deep purple and maroon to the 
pure and delicately exquisite white 
blooms. ... ■ ,;■•-.- •- ■■ .. 

A splendid coUi»ettort «f i>ftjjni«t. ferjM 
and begonias, the •products of Mrs. 
Henry Croft's garden, were on exhibi- 
tion and contributed largely to lending 
a mas.sive effect to the general display. 

In the Dahlia class "a marked Im- 
provement was evident, on .JJieAhowlng 
of last year. A feature^-Of the winning 
exhibit In this class was the Incurled 
petals of some of the blooms, an effect 
which flower fanciers have been en-' 
deavorlng to cultivate for some time 
past 

The Gladioli display was unusually 
good and In this class a number of the 
well known Kelway blooms wereTjRevl- 
dence. 

Secoratsd Tablaa. 

The prl7;e for llie IjosI di;c.,iiit.-d tn- 
ble went to Mrs. Dupont. wliose effort 
■was widely admired. In consisted of a 
Venetian glass, with lace building and 
tiers 1, decorations. "Vita: ^ TTfiaell.^Tvho 
won (he second prize in this .eve« <r-prn- 
duced In her effort striking, mauve col 
ored effects. The prize for a decorated 
table by n "girl, under seventeen was 
tiiken by Miss Doryl James, who con- 
tributed hand-painted, cards to match 
floral decorations of Br^de Oodesla. Jn 
all there were 24 decorated tables and 
to each It was apparent that considera- 
ble time, trouble tipd In rnany Itustanceij, 
expense had. been .cbn'lrlbutedr"~Ii;!S3!^ 
While the general arrangements' In 
connection with the exhibition were In 
tbp hands of the executive of the Horti- 
cultural society a special tribute la due 
to Mrs. S. McClure who had charge not 
only of the decorated tables but also 
of the musical entertainment rendered 



•Advartlslng 1^8^ _to business 
steam Is to. machinery." 

G. W. Newton 





Advertisements! Written and Placed for 
All Lines of Bunineaa 



Omce with Angus Campbell & 
___! Limited. . 

Phone HMV Reeldence 1 G 2 9. 



''"ring the evening. The- latter was 
that ends In 'success" 1.^ supreme fnll-|-«'il<en part in by Mrs. r>. C. Held, Mrs. 



jire. The ordy success Is In defeat, and 
the only victory is In surrender; the 
only gain Is loss and the only .achieve- 
ment In life is tlpe loss of life. It Is 
a great thing to gather things and to 
possess them, and how rhuch greater 
is It to be pos«es."ied. An artist Is 
never considered great untll.Jie_Js pos- 
sessed by art itself — until art has him 
In her grasp. When one forgets him- 
» eJX _a.n d .ls^jonly-,.thc^ins triinaen t 4)f - 1 he 
vocation which he follows then and 
only then comes success. 

. Today's Sessions. 
At the conclusion^ of the Rev. Mr. 
West's address Mr. Waddlngton ren-' 



r E. -WALKER, President . I Paid-up Capital, $1 .000,000 

ALEXANDEK LAIRD, G.nrral Manager I Reserve Fund, - 6.000,000 



Branches (hrounhnut Canada, and in the United States and Lngland 

SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT 

Depo<:Trc nf $1 and upwards are received and interest' allowed atciirrent 
I Ac'counts may be opened in , the names of two or 



more .per.sons and withdrawals m^dc by -my 

one ot tliciii or hy tlie "^ni'v i\ ,ir. 
T. Xt. Crawford, Mana|r»r, Victoria Erauch. 



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Esquimalt & Nanaimo Railway Co. 



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CLEARED LANDS 

The Cleared Lots at Qualiciim Beach, 
Newcastle District, are now on the mar- 
ket in tracts of from thirty to forty aci:es. 

For pTafis and prices apply to L. H. 
Solly, Larid Agent, Victoria, or L. E.AHim 
Local Agent, Pa/ksville. 



exist in "Victoria, but I arrKtrylng to 
right them, and this can oiux be ef- 
fort i\(-!\' done by pnlon effort 

Thanks of Visitors, 
rm behalf, of the, visitors Mr. Stew 
,Trt ./r \',Tnroin-er replied to the ad- 
• ' ne in the place of Air. 

N' ' ja .liot yet arrived In 

"t. , I! Wr are all very thankful, 

r 1 't M !i-s|.jtallty which you have ex- 
t<-iide,i to ii.« 111 opening the doors of 
\oni' chnrclieH and welcoming us to 
your lie,Tutifiil cit.v and to your lovely 
liomeR," he .sold and, then told tliTe 
meeting that' when the convention was 
finished they would be welcomed to 
Vancouver. .Mayor Morley. was es- 
pi?clally invited to come and bring his 
.ei.itl_rG.,_farnily . With him and stii-. .1 
long, as he liked. 

Rev. Hermon .-V. Carson then re.-id 

out the nnnie.T of the two ,c-nmm|tte<-s 

which had b(;en appolntcd-^-o-look af- 

t<'>r various details of the conference. 

'They are as follows: 

Nomination conimittee. .\ n. Mc- 

fhall. R. W. Coleman, A. K. I'Ulierlng- 

jtoji, Wm. Sto«;kwell. .1. Irvliie, Miss I.. 

Cairns. Mrs. P'. Reld. 

Resolution Comtnitl'^e:' ,I, T>. y\r- 

I'hnil, ,.Mi8S <'. McKen/.ie, Rev. C. 

Itrovvn, Rev, J;. S. Henderson, ■ E. C. 

llHrdwickj Geo,; Rrown. "Rev. S. E; 

T'liiWiip''";'! ,■ , 

President's Address 

JSj;.jas..Xli-wker, then rendeceil a solo. 

JlollLivvlnx - whUh tne Hev. Her -non A. 

I 'arson delivered Ihf president's Sd- 

j dress. He said that his task was one 

I w'nich was agri'oable, .-ind at the stine 

I time difficult. Agree ibfe on account 

' f if ..the gheat assembly of interestcrl 

; I'.ndfnvorers, who were present at thB 

'hurch last night, -.pifficult, because. 

it was (Wffi_cult^(,o f()ctji8 li[8 attention 

oi) *i"Ke ifncssagc which slVouli'r 1>?' f^-' 

pressed on su^-h an occasion. At tills 

. tim« the 'niessfige was one of optltri- 

i.'ni Wbi-ii planning for .the conVen- 

j III •11 till- roivirnilt^e i In charge had 

i tiik''n lorMiHr motto,"ThIn«s that 

I A bine,"" nnd he lhoi:ght thit the.-, bad 

, hui>f(Mle 1 In nrrangina; the i.rofframrnc 

J along thI.N line. In the building of liic 

; Kieiit West. Ihev shinild dl«t inguliith 

i bclwccu Iho things which are»ephe- 



LEMON GONNASON CO., LTD. 

Phune 77 P. O. Box 363 

We can supply just what you want In lumber, sasn and doors, 
•teamed slash, grain fir and the lalcsl_ in front doors. Howard's 
fhi.sh doors they are beautiful. 



Thi:? convention continues Its work 
this nii»rnlng, commencing at 9 o'clock 
three Se.oslons taking place today. The 
programme fc>r the evening Is an es- 
pecially atlr.'kctive one and will no 
doubt altr^i( 1 1 large attendance. 

alph Smilli. .Ml' of .Vannimo. who 
a to have spoken in the afternoon 
session today has wired that li<> will 

be unable to' attend. Through Uie ac- , 

ideht to the Chippewa on Tuesday th.' I "^ ocal selections will be rendoT-ed* b> 



H. BrlKgs and lothers- At night the pro- 
ceed Ioks took^the" form of a promenade 
concert, the Fifth Regiment, band being 
i n- attendance,, „: _i_^_ .-.__. — ; . — . 

The tea room in charge of Mrs. JI. 
R. Beavan Wfis well patronized both 
H f t ernoon—a nd e V e iiliiK. — ^Mrs. Beavan 
was iissisted by. the Misses Donsmulr, 
Pooley. .Peters, Combe. McClure. Angus, 
f '''^^^—-•I*!!!^?! -.ifPA^LflL . .'Sberl5._:.BUi;tQXu. 
Dtjmbleton and McDowell, The, ladles 
who served refreshments were daintily 
■attired In white gowns w.lth white mob 
caps trimmed with pink' roses and blue ♦ 
rlhhons. . ! ,' . ■ 

Mrs. Richard McBrld'e. who declared 
the exhibition open was the reclpl'fent of 
a handsome bouquet of pink .sweet peas, 
the' presentation being made ..by Misil 
Iris James. ' . 

Today, efforts are being made lo arbi 
to the Interest in' the flower show and 
It' is antlclp'ated that even larger num- 
bers will be In attendance. The l^ftli 
Regiment band will again give ia. prom- 
enade concert during (he evening,. while 



.^^menos, B. C- 
Dear Sir— , 

Wc want to sell you some ot the 
Best Fruit Trees you ever planted. 

¥\f€ think ■we.havt the finest to be obtained, and we' know 
they will give satisfaction. Please send us your address, so 
that we can put you in toiich.with a good thing. Not the 
cheapcsty-but the best. 

Yours faithfully, ■ . 

TheVancouver Island Nursery CoXtd. 



"^programrne drafted 



arrival or Rev. K. A. King of North 
Vakimn. has been delayed, and his ad- 
dress will thus have to lie also post- 
poned. Rev. a. O. Thcmipson of Xa- 
nalmo, will com<> down on the noon 
train from the Coal t'lty, and wijl 
speak at the afternoon session. 

Fi:)llowlng is the 1 
for today;- . 

9:00 to !»: 30— Quiet Hour, .Mi 1" S. 
(Jordon, Victoria. 

9:30 to <1:50— ".lunior Work, Its Pos.sl- 
blllties In B. C". .Miss C, McKenzle. 
N'ancouvcr. 

9:50 to 10:1,') — "Pl.Tre of Missi.n^ in 
.iunlor Work," Miss n. Wnrner, \"iin- 
<ouT*ri , 

10:15-— "Relation of Sundn.v School 
to ('. E." Rev. J. W. Williamson, Van- 
ion \ er. 

Afternoon. ' 

Tbetuf True be\elopinent. 

2.00 to 'i;\ti — Praise service. 

2:15 to 2:'l5~7'True Devefopment In 
Home l.,lfe," HiBv7S, J-v/Thompson. Na- 
nnlmo. 

2:'l-ri to 4:00,- 1 ■ ■■ ! •• ■ • i'M'"if'Oi in 
Church Life." 

,2:45 to .■I:1R— ■The Need of Evan- 
gelism," Dr. PIdgeon, Vnncouver. 
,, 3120 to 3;.50 — "The Evangelism "\Vo 
Need," Dr.' H. Francis f'crry, \'ancou- 
\er. ' ' 

■ ,4:00 to 4:48'— "Trn.- N,uioii;il De- 
velopment. 

4:45 to 6;00 — DIsciK^sinn 
..^, *<«ii,«._„„... Evening. 

S:00^o Sitn — Prnlse. 
■ S;15 to !':00— "The I.onl's Day as a 
Knctor Making for XiiIIou.tI Perniiiii- 
ence<" Ray.. T, A. .Mooro. DD. To- 
ronto. 

Solo Mr. .1. (). Dunford. 

!t:(i(i - ( ilTertory. 

S»:10 to 10:00 — Address. "The 
Ing Spirit of Christ," Re^ . \\'. 
Temple, r>.D . Seattle. W'nsh, 

Solo — Mr», Jtase bongf^eld. 



.Mr.H. Ti !• lleid. Mbss r.rki-r. ^T II. 
bert K'^iii and othi^'i ■• 

Thr prize award."* in full follow 
Clast B. Amateurs — Pot Plants 

negonlio ' ■i-r':-', =iiiirl'^ i'l i, M 1 ,- 
H. Crofi 

Begonias, tubemns, single 3. — ' \r - 
H. Croft. 

Regonifls, tuberou.«, double, in. — 1, 
Mrs. H, Croft; 2, F. B; Pemherton. 

Begonlasr—— tuberous, do, I 

Mr.*;. H. Croft. 

HfRonias, rex, 4.^—1, Mrs. H. I'rofr. 

HeKonins, rex. specimen. —1, Mrs,' H. 
Croft 

, BeV" ' ! i 1 - iiiO'ov, (^r not Ir^r^ Ihart 
>four variolloa. — 1. Mrs. H. Croit 

Begonia, fllirous, specimen. 1, ,M r > 
H. Croft: 

C'nleus, 0. — 1, ni.vlio(. i.l 1 '..inn, 'm.i ; 'J, 

F, H. Pemberton. 

Coleus, 3.— 1, T*. -B. t'emherton: "2, 
Bishop of Columldn. 

Display of phints argntiged for ef- 
fect to . ,'■ '!■,' ocpi.-^ire fen. -1, Mr.s. 
H. -Crofl 

I'ernsf 12. - 1, .Mr*. H. Croft. 

I'erns, 6.— 1, Mrs. H. Croft. 

l''ern, specimen.- 1, Mrs. H. Croft. « 

Folldge, plants fColeus excluded), 12. 
-1, ^trs. H. Croft. 

Palms, B.— 1, Mi-.«, II. 1 'roft. 

F^nhti, specimen. ^-1, Mrs. H, Croft. 

Kperlmen iil.'int, In flower. — 1, Mrs. 
U. croff. ' , „ ,. 

.Speclm'-n piR-B-t — foHager^^^-M I -^ li 
Croft.' 



^ " . •■■'•. 1 

Victoria Real Estate 






1 the t 
nt \ . 

., 1 ji ). 

in-; 



1 1 '"', 



the chcnp- 
i?8,000 



Promises to give-investors the same Urge and quick 
returnsj.fDJt the -next few years as have been realized 
on Vancouver investment.s this last few years. This 
is obvious when ygu,co,nsi(lcr the large amount of de- 
T^'iflopnicni now bcinj?. done or aboutit0-Jp€-:dane on 
♦ Wncuver Island. The to11n\' mi- prMperties^are close 
\ tn'thc eentrc of the city, where the greatest' devclop- 
cnl usuallv'is, anrl'sjiould pfovc vSURK MOXP^Y 
IMAKKRS' 

DOUGLAS STREET—' )nc lot. .V' 
est i)ro]iert\- in the locaHl}". PK 

ine^i APARTMENT HOUSE SITES in. 

iiiic hh)ck fr-iin the C 1'. \\. \\h;iri". Size 
( )\'ei"l(i()kiii^ 1 he liai"hor. ' 

,..,....$8,250 

I'.asy ieiiiis can be ari"ani.icd 

CORNER BLANCH ARD AND NORTH PARK 
STREETS— 90 t'cct stjuare,' imnicdiatelv opposite 
the ]<:. (.'v X. Railway Station. TRICE. . . .$9,500 
$2,500 cash, balance i . 2 and }, yeacs at 7 per Cent: 

FISGUARD STREET—Seveii rocm modern } louse, 
let 30 .K 120. Easy terms. I'RK'K $4»500 



Abi.l- 
H. (J. 



Class B. Amateurs — Cut Flowers 

A.-^tir.a, r, en|nT.< 3 'of each lir \'a«es, 

I, .1. A., Grant, 

Diihlia.i?, cartus.. ;:4 blooips iia m,ed*r:;,4,Mc, 
I, C. W. Newbury; 2, N. W. F. Rant. 

Ddhllnafl. ri^ctus, f2 blooms, named. 
•1. c W. Newhur>'; 1. N'. W !•" R;uit, 
(Continued on I'agc u) 



MARRIOTT & FELLOWS 

Phone 645 619 Trounce Avenue 

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Thuraday, August 11, 1910 



VJCTORIA DAILY COLONIST 



THE FJRST SHIPMENT OF NEW FALL 





HAS ARI^IVED 

j[3et us show you the very newest style feature for the 
Goming season. ■ ' . ' ^ ....,_. .„.,:,.,„;", .„;.,: 



STETSON HATS IN NEW FALL STYLES ARE ^ 
ALSO HERE 



FEttmiHfROM 
NEW EMPRESS WING 



Charles Triiesdale, Working 
On Addition to the C-P. Ri 
Hotel Slips From Sixth Floor 
of Structure 



T. B. eUTHBERTSON & CO.. Ltd: 

1114 Govcrnmcnt-vStrcct F. A. Gowen, Managing Director 








Even those who take good care 
of thomselves fl ml that they are 
obliged at this lime of the year 
to lonp up their systems. 
Whether you need it now or not, 
I kindly reinember that 

BOWERS' SYRUP OF HYPO- 
PHOSPHITES 

Is the best remedy for weak rvin- 
down. or nervous people. I'n- 
rlvalled for children or adults. 
Per bottle, $1 at this store only. 



CYRUS H, JBOWES, CHEMIST 



Charles TruesSale, an employee on 
the con«tructlon work on llMs new ^•ClnK 
of the Enn>re«« hotel, was Inslunlly 
kllle.r yeHlenliiv afternoon about I:.*'! 
oTlock a.s. the reHult of fallinB from the 
top of the niaHonry work on the sixth 
floor of the building to the Kround, u 
diBtance of KO feet. 

No .one Bavv ^ti accident, but fore- 
man nrovrrx. of the T-lM^klaycrs- on the 
work wa,s busy loadlnR brleUH on the 
elevators a few feet from where TrueH- 
<l9l.. landed. Seen yePtertlay afternoon 
shortly after tlie oecurrence of the ae- 
cident', Brown state,! that he heard a 
thud on the top of the little fhed whieh 
stands udlHcent to the whII of the bulbl- 
ing, and RlancinK up over his shoubhi 
1 he Naw the body of Tnie.sdale -slbh- ot I 
( the roof and aliRht on tho k'round n. a 

He iniine<l!ately rushed to the re.si ut 
of ttre unfortunale man. and raising hl.s 
-hPTid frnind- lli«t- Ufe was "extTneT. TM: 
.sKull was fraetured and smaslied hi, 
wldle lii-^ jaw bone and ncs.- ar.> ri'so 

hroki 11 

It appears that Triiesdale in M- i."-!'- 
allKhted on his head on the roof of the 
Hlipd and the momentum gained In bis 
d-e.seenl broke through one of the heavy 
rafters which support the . roof ;-o£.tofi^ 

Uttle building. ' _sjisr-/- 

The - ambulance was lm(neniat-«Ty 

c;tlUSl by other workn>en who rushed up 



here, but th« pinSjMt j*« hirtd «p 
through a tomptftlnt from certain of 
the Blanchard street property owjier*. 
who declared that the result would be •- 
the depf*tJl«tlon of the value ot Iholx 
land.' However, this matter has been 
disposed of satlsfaaorlly to the par- 
ties concerned. IHie market • square. 
within a few weeks, will be available ] 
for the use of the public, arid the dis- 
trict Into which the railway com- 
pany's depot will bo transferred will 
b« benefitted rather than injured, for 
the buildings designed are of such ft 
character as tt) be a credit to any sec- 
tion. ,11 

The full space of the block lying 
between Fi.sguard and Herald streets 
on IJianehnrd Rlreet will be occupied 
l)v the company's yards, tind the pas- 
senger depot will be situated at the 
t'orner of Kisguard. The |)lan8 tor, the 
new passenger station show a roomy 
buH.ling with a grountl IToor space of. 
no by 60 feet, 'fho construction will 
be' of concrete and brick. Th(,>re will 
be express freight sind baggago de 
partments. The finishing will be in 
the firjit Cjuallty of fir, band-smooth- 
ed and stained. Ifi fact the yardis, de- 
pot, et a'l will be strictly modern In 
evepy resi>6ct. 





I 

TO YEAR'S SEAO 




11 



Man Held fof-MoMana, Bank 
Robbery nVIay" Be i-laney, 
Train Robber and Viurdere 
of Constable Decker 



If til 



Telephone ■!-'"' iiii.l I'D 



\yi% Government Street 



authoritleB of Dillon, a small' 
calUSl by other worKn>en woo i-u»u«u "i' -. .■■■ auuioi.v wmiaM, I 

to the scene, but medical aid was use- ^^^.^ j„ Montana,_ are correct, AVUiiam 
less and the body was remox ed to the _ ,...._. «.^m ii.atina fnr whom! 





ilin Buick 




17 and 19 Model 



I . without (loubt the greatest achievement hV modern 
M,M(M- C ii- ; MP,;trii'ction. Their simphcity and abso- 
lute c.ntini under. all circimistances, aloni,- with their 
-ct oTi ot-n i c a-1 >fc^t.iir.e^£>fl..fuelXQasiim p t i o n iii ak e 1 1 1 e in 

the It-adin- c-av n\ today. ]f yt^-trcall np-ui tt> we will 
K'U \-iM'. more about it. 



1-- 



•rnl l-'oroNbing 



Western Motor and Supply Co., Ltd. 

R. P/s;i,^Riv, Mgr.- ■,.::-. -^ 

Phone 695. ' Broad Street. 



parlors of the !'■ 

company. , ,1 « 

The clrcumwlnnii's ?i.n rouiuHi.i^ uie 
accident are not known, but It seems 
that Truesdnlp wns standing on the ma- 
.sonry work which surrounds the big 
windows on the sixth floor of the new 
addition, and wa's Ailing flie postllon 
} ye.'^ierday of signaling t^ the men beloa^ 
! who oi>eratied^ tiic elevntor!'*; — when_2M: 
! lost his foothold, und fell. 
' Oeceased was ;i5 years of age and came 
here from San Franclaco. following the 
trade of Hteel frame con.«tructor. He 
was emploved on the steel work 
on the Pemberlon block for som-e 
time and when the work was flnialied.on ! 
thia he found employment on the si 
work on the Kmpi-e»B hotel new a»i -v , 
lion. When the steer coniOruclioii^was 
finished on thin he entejvpd the erftployy 
1 of the company as a laborer.. .*, 

" Triiesdale "<vaS born In l.akeneW, Onl. 
1 There survive htm a mother, lorct Bur- 
Idette avenue. on« brother In Victoria, 4ifl, 
I Oovernment. street, on brother, at islay. 
1 Alberta., four sisters. , residing in va- 
jrioij.-* ^dileit-aiid anephew Mr. A. n^ag- 
lev, of lrt03 Burdett^rnvenwe. . . 

At! Iniiuest , will be held thiBf «fter- 
noon at 2 o'clock. \ 

The funeral has been nrt-nnged to take 
place on Friday afternoon at 2:sn u\lock 
from^- the parlors of ttiBi-B- 
Fiu:nl8hlag._oomE5Ji¥i^t.- 



Commences Today and lasts Uivtil Saturday Ni^ht - 

As is customary with "The Fashion Centre" each depart- 
ment must be "Cleaned Out" and room made for new goods 
which are arriving daily. The time has come when we must 
commence the "Clean Out," and tomorrow marks the com- 
mencement of some phoenomenal values which should 

,i"* 

crowd our store. 



yf 




SYLVESTER'S PASTRY FLOUR 

i. ih. pastry dour If you want good cakes. Try, a Back and keep youj 
hu.'^b.nid -In good h\imor. Per sack'.. .-■ ....'...' ...f !.<$.» 



SYLVESTER FEED CO., 709 Yate.st..Tei.4;3 

_. ' 



Fifteen 
RpMi't 





iths Accompa'ny Sir 

,, Baden-Powell on 

four of Canada— Luncheon 
to Noted British Officer 



Haney. fugitive- from Justice, for whom 
the provincial poUce and Indeed the po- 
lice of the entire continent have been 
looking forover a -yews- wriH at -last an- 
swer for the murder of Special Consta- 
ble Isaac Decker, on the night- of June 
2S last year, near Aehcroft. 

, Haney was one of .live bandits wh 
held up the C.P.B: express. No. 9... at 
Duck«, under tlie impression that a 
hxrge shipment of silver 3»as ^f^^"-^' 
The hold-up was made on June 21^ rn< 
ban.llts got nwny and scattering, at- 
tempted to make t.helr way to eafety 
Po-sses got on their trail and the whohv 
country searched' but without resultj 
On the nlftht of June 28. Decker, whirl 
patrolling the; railway line "'*"■! 
, roft saw two men rowing down the , 
Thompson rTver.—He'-littll«*^-th«m to 1 

stop and they cam* ashore. One of^the t 
men pulled a revolver but Decker flrcd 
instantly killing htm, The other occu- 
pant of the boat tired from a shotgtm 
and Decker fell mortally wounded- His 
slayer, left the" boat and dlaappearei 
Into t]^& mountalna.' Search ot ttie b...+ 
<if the nimv shotr.By Decker Irn^-Mc 
that he was >n . Bcoth««r of Hj^^ '""^ 
that .ihe.8la.reri of Dfckerwfs Haney 
ftfler whom tho auttloritJ*-r have since 
t^en tiearchlng. "fbroi*^ a photograph 
rohrifl on the pcrSmj>f5)r his slain brother 
llan^iv *as t+afen-f to feos Aiigeles, his 
parenth Ai^coy^hA and additional facts 
oobcerjllnjHiln^- secured but, he - dl^aft-^ 
peare.v>^aln,^nA . h«» not •«<»- been | ^ 
hea^dr^if ■ " \ 

BewaMs'^ Offer*' 
A reward of »2,r.00 offered _by the 
•province of B'l^"^ -^""^"^int "i.«tA° 

"superintendent of Provincial Police IP*. 
H Iluwev has repeatedly received c<.m,- 
n.unicatlons from points iii the -Western 
Slates staling that the fugitive Haney 
bad been captured hut in «very case the 
suspect" proved to be some other per- 
son The latest report of Haney's cap- 
ture..COWe«» from PH. ion. Sheriff O, C. 



I WHITE BATTENBERG LACE COATE 



S A! 




price 



RUMM.'NOE 
S?2.50 

^3.50 



Regular prices 
up to $12.75. 



$25. S-';.?!') 

^10.00 

RUM.M.VC,1-: 

$1.00 

?2.50 



I WHITE BATTENBERG LACE-GOATEE, ^ 

S.\ L IC ll'JL'J^'^' " " 

4 ONLY, BLACK SATIN COATS, tiglrtflt-fing, satin Imca. 

aihl ^^5. KTMM \<-l^ SAl.K .. . IW:^''. :r:-. ...■ 

4 BLACK AND 2 RED SERGE QOATS. Regular prices 

*** A I T^ .... /.'"', ,' ■• • V • • •' ^ • • ••••,••♦,• « • • 

I ONLY PINK WASH SUITS. Ro-ular prIci'^:5orRUMMAGE SALE 

1 only' PETUNIA PRINCESS pRESS, cashiircre; Reg. $20 RUMMAGE SAL1-. ^J-^^J 

2 PLAID DRESS SKIRTS. Regular price $io. RUMMAGE S-ALE , $3.50 

ic ONLY GIRL'S SERGE SUITS, 4 to' iCT^^ears, in. green, blue, brown and navy. l^'g"lf^ 

price $7-5P^"'l<l^'^1^5^'''^ ^•^^^'- ,-,-•....•••••• ..•••••.-• •'■•■''•'- '^:,, 

7 ONLY-61RLS' CLOTH COATS in K'-eVir. oM ro«.e anH^^jv R«gttlar--.$6.75- ^J;'^^^ 

MA(1i-: s.A Lr: • ; •;,;■;■.• ;; '"' , 

$1.50 



BLOUSES— 5 Turquoise satin blouses, i brown, i navy and 1 black silk l^louse 
/ price $5. RUMMAGE SALt^ ....:..... • • ■ • 



(jossman wtre<l yesterday that a man 
held for bwnk robbery Is believed to be 
'Hartey and asked for a descrlptlon^^f 
the latter. .The description has been 
forwarded and ^ rep,!? >9 expected in a 
few days. '■^-' '.-■ ■' _>"%. ^J__--| 
Haney haa the reputattofv-e* being a 
rear "had man.'^ . He ha.-? figured in a 
number of liold-up« In the south and 
has served prtsoti te.rmB.; ♦•Outlaw" 
Haney was the name by which lie went 
among the crooks throughout the west-'* 
erti. -s^tates.- ;■'■;'.,•. b.". 

' , Hill Lines in Oregon. 

PORTLAND, Auff. lO.—Presldent. 
John Stevens^of it^ Oreiton Trunk 
Rnll way. the HllT sysfem, today an- 
^unced th.it his road win be extended 
across the/ Cascade mountains to Me4-. 
ford, connecting with, the parllaUy 



hullt Pacific and Eastern to reach that 
city. This road Is alao. .controlled by 
■the .11111 interests. The Oregon Trunk 
"rs~no'w "being built south fhrotiffh c.tui^ 
tral Oregon and the entrance ti Med- 
ford and the Rough river valley, will 



rora ana ine «ouhii u.r-. .^..^.t, ..... , _ ._„ 

mark for a time at 4ettstr-«^<^-weBt^H-n--execiiitva-se.ssJon 



for San Francisco to take up tlio im- 
portant position of superintending tlie 
.fisheries 'of California., a post In which 
Jxe wlU have 120 m(m under him. i .- 
terdav he bade a formal farewell to the 
members of the government during their 



end Of the line. 



MR. BABCOCK LEAVES 

'■■■■■\' i-'fi'^'^t' — ""^ — '■ "' 

Former deputy Commissioner of Fish- 
eries to Fill Important Post in 
California 



Mr. .lohn P. Babcock; formerly .lepyly 
commissioner of fisheries, who haa re- 
Bisned bis post with the government, 
yesterday finally severed his connection 
with • ttoe province. He leaves .tonight 



Speaking of the retired official, the 
Hon. Dr. IL. K. Young, provincial secre- 
tary, said: ■•»!>., Babcock proved him- 
self a lively official. , Durlnj," his term 
In the province he made many friend?. 
His knowledge of the department, tlie 
Interests of which he did so nnieh to 
further, was of an exhaustive character. 
The government has as yet no man In 
sight to tin Wa pl^oe." 



A meeting preliminary to tit. or- 
ganization of a Y. M. C. A. ha.a l>een 
held In Fernle. 



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3rd Annual 





At SIDNEY 



ruteen-^o^y woouts ox xne Bniisn Isles 

division left England with Lleut.JOcn. 
Sir H-S S. Baden-P'owell for the Pacific 
coast on a special trip , to the Rockiest, 
and although no definite word has been 
received here. It Is probable that they 
may visit this city with 'the famous 
ChlCT Scout. If so. It Is likely that 
these lads will give a demonstration rff 
the drlinng of-tlie Bojt-acout In the Old 
Land. The announcement of this addi- 
tion to vSIr Robert's party wUl come as 
a surprise to the Boy Scouts of this city 
and elsewhere. ~"~' . 

In regard to the luncheoft to be Slyen 
hv the Canadian Club In the visitor's 
lionor. It' Is probable tliat If the Chief 
seout Is willing, it will take place Kriday 
noon, this being the only' noon time dur- 
ing the visit that has not been booked. 
However, nothing will be definite until 
hip .-(rrivnl tonlglit. 




Pemljerton Building 




NEW HOI FOR 
V.SS. 




■ON— 



Saturday, August 13th 



SPLENDID PROGRAMME OF SPORTS 

(',rc.i-\ Pole Bab}- Sbow Pipers and Brass Band.s Scotcli 
Reels <v-(ir(l Dancing 



Special Train Service 



Fare— Adults 25c, Children 15c 



GET A PROGRAMME 



THE PLEASANTEST PICNIC OF THE YEAR 



tmm 



Handsome and Comnnodious 

- Depo.t Planned— Will,. _.. Be 

.Situated on Biarit^iard 

Street— Ready by October 



Karly ia wa^.bcr i':" )>. ni,. i --w-i 
ing will be Vacated by the V4uturia;'> ] 
Sidney-RaUway Company, this an- 
nouncement having been made yester- 
day bv F. Van Sant. the local nmn- 
ager. ' He states that final arrango- 
inents have beenj made for the con- 
feirurtlon of handsome office Tiuartera 
and commodioiia warehouses on tho 
Hlanchard street site, which wa.s r'ur- 
chased some time ago. The estimated 
cost of tlve structures planned is $17.- 
500. Messr.s. Din.sdale and Malcolm, 
the rnntractors, are to start' work Im- 
mt'dlatelv, the intention being that a 
teniporarv home shall be ready for 
(M-rtipancy by the time indicated, thus 
nliowing the proposed change in lora- 
llon to be made before the. coiTipletlon 
of the brick building, which will be 
the permanent Victoria headquarters 
nf the firm. This, It is e7(pect.t»xl, will 
be in shape for tise by the 1st of Jan- 

Scveral months »;i<< It-' was" stated 
that the V. & 8. intended providing 
ItBeU wlU» » new und I;icltcr home 



A Few Offices 
and Suites of 
Of! ices 




Still to Rent 



in this 
Building 



' , , . , 1 n »,.,ior i-ttiitoF service Tlircc clovatcfrs oUbc very latest design will be in opcr- 

Kcntal includes light, l^^^^^l^^f ^^^'^^'^ V:^'', A ! 'L' v^ an sligbTIIT^tI5ns-^n bcTiimde before tbc building,,,. 

ation. Forty vaults arc aJro.dv '^-^^ •i^il^'^S^r^^,^ ^^f V^;? bcs^mal^ rials is as fireproof as it is possible to make a build- 



finished, ta suit tenants 
in.L;. iin.l the finish of it will 
Ihcni have splendid views, . 
vacuum cleaners. 



, , -^dii^^aS^uct^d;; tS. i^:^ ni:;cH;K^ as fireproof as it is possible to make a build- 
lv^]m^^^^ 'Hh- offices are airy; light, have imme.ise window space, some of 

. .;S/beb;^.osIible^tofiiHl more, healthy Offices. They will be cleaned reg^ularly by 



PEMBERTON & SON 

614 Fort Street 

Agents 



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ViCfDRiA DAILY COLONIST 



Thursday, AiTaOat 11, 1110 



XTbe Colonist 

Vb« Oolonut rrlatlnff «na PnltUahliiC 

Ooupany, Xilmlted tilablUty. 

lail-iaiS BroAd St., ▼totoria. B. O. 



J. s. H. MatBon. 



The Daily Colonist 

Delivered by c»rrler »t 50 cents per 

month. If paid In advance; CO" ceiiU per 
monih If pahl alter the I0th'"of oaoh 
month. Mailed, postpaid, to any part 
of Canada. exo.p.t lil^ city or BUburban 
districts, which are </)vered by our car- 
rlerg, or the United ICitiKdum at the 
toUowlng^ rates: 

One Year J5.00 

olx Months 

Three Months •••,•■• 

London Of floe, 90-93 Fleet 



1!.&0 

1.25 

Street. 



Thursday, August 11, 1910 



UNDERGROUND WIR^S 

The proposal of the T>elci)honc I'oin- 
puny that the city shall help ii to 
rai.-c $100,000 Drt/conUltlon 
iiuinf>' 



Mars, what' 8 the matter with the peo- 
ple? Borne one sugKested that It Is 
jealousyof the West, but we hardly 
Ilfie to think that It U that. We prefer 
to explain It by the ansuTOption that 
tiroy are engroaaed In their own local 
affairs that they have no time or In- 
clination to looJc aa far afield as Brl-^ 
l.lsh Columbia. But really this la an (jx- 
fi-eilin'gly unsatisfactory'e'xplanat^on. It 
Jg nearly tlwie, for example, ^iiat On- 
tario re'ascd to tWnk 't /w^'t-he whole 
Duminkni. It is neurh'/tfme that the 
affairs of British' 9rtlumbla deServod 
aa.much conalderutlon from the .Mon- 
treal press as/.-tlie affairs of Tlmbuc- 
tiH). Wo plea<1 fo"t*a broader (^anadlan- 
Lsm. 'EHe X^'est takes an interest In the 
arf;ilr.9 ol' ttie lOn-^t., and a lllt.le reclp- 
n>'riy ahuiK that line would do a great 
-di-al of go<(d. 

THE 8C0UT LEADER., , 



ration of the spirit that makea for 
imperial unity; w^h6 thoiigh llvln« be- 
yond the seas^iearned at their mo- 
thers' kne^' that the Union Jat:k 
was Woytfi living for and dying for; 
who w««Vo taught by thel^ fathers that 
ln.,Krltiah institutions was to be found 
the best (expression of human govern- 
ment; who learned from their, teach- 
ers and fiH>m-t-he-Bt«t*)«tnen-«JE-«— *>**^ 




£ 



that the 
baqli 'in instal- 
ments covpjri'ng priucLpul and intereat, 
in ordor/t^at-the co-si of luilting the 



shall hiS, paid 



toloplKfae wires undtu- ground may be^ 
fina:n(--ed as easily ati pussible, is ivfr 
Excellent suggestion, uaa; we- hopd the" 
rateijayurs "^'ili approve -of - it^- The 
property infetallud by tiie money bor- 
rowed is to be the property of tbij. 
city until it is paid lor, so., the secur- 
ity %vill grow mora and mere valuable- 
from year (■> y.-ar :is ;h^ i";\n i.'^ paid i 
off. 

If it were not a Uirtct adv antage tu 
the city to have the poles taken^ otTC 
the streets, there would~be~ no reasoa 
lor the ratepayers to Intervene; but 



the public adva ntage will 
great. Indeed^we suppose it will be^ 
greater than the advantage to the 
company. The huge poles of thecom- 
pa^v y ar e a serio us -obstruction to the 
business district, and a sotirce of 
danger, wliile the wires are htghly bb- 
jectioijable, and also actually perilous 
to life in case of TTFe. Not only do 
they intiri. !■.■ '.■.ith the 
roachinK the upper storeys of build-- 
ings with ladders, but they may be- 
come charged with the heavy currents 
of the electrir lighj; wires. 



' ■GfeiieTal Baden Powell, the' organizer 
ot: the Boy Scouts., is to reach Victoria 
today. He will receive a very cordial' 
welcome. The name of the .brilliant 

soldier 'WaXl5«5«""^^E~"*^:"^'''^"''^^'^^'°'''^ 
ever since the strenuous ilays of Ma- 

■fekipg.' Of all the 4iepoes of the. Boer 
wa^ he caught the imagination of the 
i iiilish" pcT ip lp n ittyt oonBplciiously.-lle- 

-f-urnlshc'l tin' .nmc'dy role of that aw- 
fiil tlrama, but combined It with a de-^ 
grecZSL:qpo.ifraKe>-aad:^:J.ftSoivrc©f4il-nes» 
that has never been .nnrpassed and 
rarely equalled. 

^His greatest work for the" Empire 
Seen"= h'^w-xar, likely to i>i^ tiie organ- 
Izat the Boy Scoim >,-> o have 

.spoki,ii otten and so favnr.iniy of this 
oi-ganizatlon tliut it, would be superflu- 
ous to speak of them again, and this 
reference Is only for the purpose of ex- 
pressing to the, founder of this , admir- 
able moveraeijt the appreciation of the 
peo ple ol Brlll.sh Columbia of his work 
In that behalf. 



generation that Brltl.sh ' connection, 
was spinethlng^^ more than a matter of 
dollars and cents,"moro than a matter 
of trade, more, than the success of 
one political, party or another, 'who 
have seen that as the bonds of Em- 
pire have become more elastic they 
have become the stronger, who know 
the history of the American Revolu-. 
tlon arid that this great break in the 
Imperial fabric i^s not caused by 
ont^ act,, but by ine^persistent tapping 
ofcleavage wedges^ It Is painful be- 
yond words to see patriotism and loy- 
alty dragged into the mire of party 
politics. These people who talk of 
Empire so glibly know iiot whereof 
they speak. They treat lt_ as some- 
thing that never existed '■'iihtil' they 
opened their puiipv eyes and saw it. 
'I'hcv (ill nut know that its foundation 
i.s laid in the, -hearts' of^'Hhe- people, 
that It is cemented b> the blood of 

sacrillce^ The men or'f'ahaaa are 

rmon of the Empire. Set that into 
your- heads^=-_iiOU people fr^m whose 
pen-points .snpgei'tlons of disloyally 
llow so frecl'. 



SPLITTING THE EMPIRE. 



Its nil means 1-et-n.-^ i;. t i!i' !"•!•!■ 
the streets, especially "s to do so 
not cost the city a dolar,: - 



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.Mr. .M.-irkfUi-.tc says that the Cana- 
dlan^ Northern will operate the Hml- 
8on Bay raUway. ^'Anything H.^p, 
please?"' - — - ' ~^^";\ '■■', i;'- - . - 

Th.- Minister of Public Works ha.s 
gone fishing. The Honorable William ^ 
will only have to sit on the bank and 
sPiile to have ail kmds of luck. 



CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOR 

T'lp Chri.stliin Endeavor convention, 
tiMW being held iti'thts city, represents, 
one li the most remarkable fellgious 
inovi-monts of recent years. The proper 
name of the organization is the 'i'oujig 
People's Society- ©^ .Christian Enderivqr. 
It was organized twenty -nine yeara ago 
in Port)iuuVJVlaine, V)y the Rev, Francis 
Clark, D. D., it now numbers many 
thousand societlesr^tMre -^vere 57,000 
ten year.s ago, ant}^has a. membership 
that must be fiilly 5,o0O,000 no.w^ These 
societies are spread all over the world, 
and in -addition to thenl are numerous 
Idndrcl .-is.sociaf Siiiis It l« stated that 
I • iclety 'has 

I'l 1 u.jittJiitcU^ iu chirtec-n UiTferent lan- 
K litres. It is nndenominationalp but 
apparently f^e P^^esbyterians a^o snore 
strongly represented in it than any 

o the r r eliglm rs— body . — aHlauigli ttreir 

load is not a great one. The fiinda- 
mcntal idea pf the oCga.nlz^tion Is the 



When.-a quarryman wishes to split 
a .'Stone he Inserts a nutnber of wedges 
in small holes, and taps them each 
gently in -s uceea sio n until the rock 
breaks apart A »soipewhat similar 
flrefiiea=ii|-proce9s is— goln^. on In the British 
Empire, jiUhough the persons engaged 
In H wpuld strenuously deny that 
such, la -4h.gg-.intpntion.., We have 
had a recent illustration of this. In 
the London Times. A -correspondent 
of that paper, writing, from Canada, 
commenliitipon Oeneral French's in- 
spection- Of -the-Cahadtan .iHllUia, and 
after quoting the favorable things 
said by him,' goes on' to Indulge in the 
surmise that if the report were pub- 
lished i;t wpuld be found tliat -Oiery-- 
thing is far from right. If this were 
to be construed as a reflection uppn 
the irollcy pursued hy the Minister of 
the MiUtla we should^ say nothing. 
Nothing could verj' well, be said here, 
wliefre we see the rhariher In which 
this Outpost of the ,Emi>lre is matined 
but this is not what is ^neant, for the 
eorre8P9ndent..Koe8 .on to say that if 
the people of Canada Will not oonaerit 
^o compulsory military service, the 
volunteer mlUtia ought at least to 
do its duty.. Here weTiave twp In- 
tlm£rtlons;. ' 0nedb» that it Is the duty 
of r to l-esort to compulsory 

at^ ^enera l 



It would not surprise us If the bullet 
that was Intended to. en d Mfiynr Gay- 
nor's career would land him In the 
White House. A -good man who secures 
the personal sympathylflf—the people 
can go far. ; r 



According to the^tlqtie**e of- the 
British Post Office Detiartment. the 
heads of a new sovereign on a post- 
aye stamp must face In an opposite; 
direction from that of his predecessor. 
Therefore, on the new, stamps King" 
George wlU lac© to the ilrtht 



personal consecratloii of the Individual 
members to a religious life, and all that 
is required, of them in a formal >vay 
is lii.M.! tiny .sliaH"; -attend' 
part ill ilie weekly prayer meetings, 
uniess/iinavQldably detained, -aiid sbj,ill 
also attend the reguht* ro-conseeration 
meetings. It has accomplished a vast 
amqunt of gopd by furnishing rally- 
ing points for the young piMple of the 



: Pojrter C;harfton"lva8 .an AL cppper- 
fastened, registered, unaidulterated 
scoundrel, who killed his wife In Italy 
and ned to the United StatesxItaly 
has not asked to have him sent T)ack 
for trial. She; JtnOws a' thing worth 
several of ., t|iM. She permltB J-^e 
United , States t<)_ keep him. 



The further West Sir Wilfrid Um- j 
HeK comeTTfie more nt>n-polltlcal arc j 
the greetings extended to him. He is ] 
rmich too big a man to suppose that the 
popular "fieinonstratloni' aire Intend fed 
as an endorsement of his political pol- 
icy trt- as anything else .than a tribute to 
himself per8onall3|:_> and aa the O"^ 
dlan of the day., . , " - 



various denominations 

The object of the society Is to pro- 
mote Christian living among its mem- 
bers and thereby show ah example" to 
the world that will draw others Into 
the right path of. lil^e. Its phenomenal 
gro\v=^h in iiiembership shows how 
inuph room there was for such an or- 
ganization. It does not Interfere In any 
way with the regpiar work ot .the 
chui'chea, but oh the contrary Is n 
great sttniulant to t'Hp.'m . Tt .;■<. n ngnoa- 
ti'i:ia!;I.v a powerful agent for good. 

EASTERN CRITICS 



riilli - rvice 

French, an oftlcer of the British army 
thinks so,. and the other Is that the 
General thlnkS our mlHtta are not do- 
ing what they ought ^o do. It Is 
true that the cdrreapondient does not 
^yd^ tafl te I Ba y ^ttoat -General French hGl<}» such 
views; he only surmises that it would 
be found that h^ *jc». .If his report 
w-ere ^iVen to the public. Here ar.e 
two little splitting, wedges, compul- 
sorj' • mUitary . scrviee • fOTiCBUffdfanw 
and a change of failure on the part 
of- the MlUtla. ■. Recen|^y some of 



'I m 

;-:H_i-.-i hi t! 

iioeived in ■ 
.Tltieism. Tl). 

■\ !■■♦• r\t ill ! 1 ^ iu 1 f -A 



our ('■■iwtern 



The statetticnt that the Vlctorln *• ' 
Sidney railway will begin the i . :i 
structlon of its new depot at a very 
early day will be welcomed by the 
public. This poor little orphan road, 
which, like Jap het,. has b een going 
around In aearch of a' father, seema to 
have found him at last This shows 

in this nvtihda;Tte~jpherc,- ^jL^..^^.^^'^ 



'me 



It Is . 
exchan- 
that ar' 
est spirit ot 
notab le 

Conser\ • i , ; 

Liberal jjapers .scold ua. .Great un(l«;r- 
takings are latinched' In this province, 
,but eastern paper.'?, .• m in 

detail an enterprisi- m liir rtritjrrtaTr,-j^ 
never have a \yord to say about them. 
We have yet to "see in rHi eastern 



tb© farrrters on the Prairies "said , that 
they "wanted agricultural implements 
to be placed oil tbe free list, and up 
went a' chortia that the people of 
Britain should hasten to the salvation 
of the,/ Empire. . Here we have an- 
other splitting wedge. Men who can- 
not possibly kTrow" the economic as- 
pect of the ca«*y hasten to tell the far- 
mers that their re quest is tantamount 
to disloyalty. The wedge of free col- 
onial wheat anl a duty on foreign, 
wheat, Impbrtefl into the Ilnlt- 
ed Kingdom as the pricfe of Can- 
adian loyalty, was In.scrted long 
ago. :in'l nmsthavc. Im.ti t!ipi>fi! 
lift. II .nough to-ere«te a line 'if clcav- 
:,i;. in the United Kingdom between 



~. Tfie^eastern preaa on bpth aldea of 
pqlitlcs attributes the settlement of 
the Grand Trunk strike to tl^e Inter- 
vention of Mr. Mackenzie KinK. Min- 
ister of Labor. Mr. King Is^ a, good 
deal of a pacificator. One of these 
days hla peculiar qualities may como 
In tiseful in the political arena. Wo 
would not have to go far afield to 
discover factions In Mr. King's party 
that are; as far asunder as the railway 
company and the strikers were. 



aTT wheat free ,and 

t^ipv- iirif1*'rvt:i nil to 



ne-wsiwpfr an oriifurhii ■. ii ,i .lii.,. nny- 
tllinK in 111'- iiicr.. 

A (llfrorent .spirit ,ja .sli.iu.i , O^ir 
pnpi^rs have had good \vr,i-.] for 

Micli undertakings ■ ige- 

nu'ttt of the WellaiKt ( ;iii;ii. tin-, con- 
struction of the Gfeorglan Bay Canaf, 
tTie deepening of the channel, of the 
St. Lawrence, the Hudson Bay. railway 
and other matters of «riarge nature, 
Hjut esaontlally eastern, rthat could be 
named, 0]ir paper.s have favored these 
things although tiif tt^ndeticy o,f them 
i.s to draw traf lie towards the Atlan- 
Mo, ^'hfroas the PaclOo ha« a right to 
.xpeci .-1 mIkii-.' of the business now, 
.being di-\ floi.icil on tjtie pr'alrlea We 
liat'a read edltorinlflTTfr^ these' '"papers 
favorlng'the development of the Ftftfren" 
Land,'^ iind the western shore. otJuabra- 
(lor, tiut never one about the develop- 
ment of Vancouver Island. Not Infre- 
<)ue"tly we see, headings over news 
Items from this-^oa^t, whWh exhibit 
jibout a.«( much know-ledge of The goo- 
jsraphy of this part of Canada nif a 

ol" 



« day-old kiitcn has of the 



uanfils 
.-.^ __ 



those who want " 
what thofic- "hum 
insist that ' ♦ 

cd In their interest. Agajn wc are 
told that tho concliTslon of trade treat- 
ies by the setf-governliig coionicsL in 
"-TmTi 7l'rrtei ' Pst 'r-**rrttTyr''tiTtriyTi'mg' 
run threaten the solidarity of t^hr. 
Bmblre." ' Here -is la stal'eitfeii'n.' •i)ut 
forward to the Itrltish people that the 
whote^-tendem Ionia! tra.de pOt=" 

icy is hostile to tin- KmpI-" I'his Is 
;inother wedge: And so s on. 

Matters of trade are economic, the.v 
are matters of business pure and sim- 
ple; ttie •a'&rf'Stllitr ffT ''rdyalty ' or*l>a^ 
trtfrtlsm Is -Tiot Involved' in thqm. 
When the National Policy was Intro- 
duced, there was a shout that It would 
endangwi", British cqnrtection. We hueye 
had more than thirty years of.psotec- 
tion in Canada a*Sd British connec- 
tion Is 8|roi|ger than ever. Biyt It 
is possible to keep tapping the wedges 
loo lon.if. ■ ^ -lli^tlngulshea BrI'.ish 
stalesm/iii varned his coun'.ry- 

men rtndjUwi people of Franc- ir ■ ' • 

a polTcN' "f "^'In pricks." 

We' the timi i 'ome 

when :i w.irnniit Ought" to lie Riven, 
although In these days of mad pnrtl- 
Zfinshlp wo have doubt whether or not 
It will be .heeded. There ought M be 
no HnieB, of •' Cleavage lit"the Empire; 
l:^t irresponsible fiartlzans-nre doing 
much to rrrntn thorn. To those who 
have UcvotcU ihcir lives tO the cultl- 



A story comes from London, which 

liluritratos how' very much alike we 
nil are. whether we are entitled to 
wear crowns or have lo be content] 
with ordinary bead-gear. When Kintj 
George ni'^t r,'T<l 'Cno'lv^! jiirr-r li^ 

HCCeSHon ll' ■-:■ I'l I ■ ll'' ^- '^v ll^l I 

ought t.-i li.- ihc I'iiiii i,.Ot <jC n novv 
rciiiir.'" To '.'. lil.-h Knoll.vs replied. ■ 
li- .i-i-Mioii of a new posi;i«.,' 
stamp." An the IK^ng is one of tho | 
greatest stamp collectors in the world, j 
the answer plea.«ed him mightily. | 



-Thf foR th.at hun^; o\ .-i- iiio .-nir.MH'- 
to thp b"'' ''or '^^ noon yesterday was 
8omew-h;it of rr nnl.'ianrr' no <lonbt to 



steamer.s 

iose who \ 

lo-.Ki-ik; MM 



Ro- 



ll fled 
npiTi .• 

II ■■.■ : 



■111! 



tb 



ll 



-thosp 1 1 1 . > . 

log an.l . oii.ii.i-s, Oii I I . . 
I'ortunate enough io i.,- 
sea wiien the curtain 
vessels came in, saw n 

"as" l8'"rSr'efy~'wIf nesaei i 
ful beyond de?!rrIpllon iis w.-i^l -^i.,;;ie-- 
appenred out ol' the cloud, 'ilio-,'. !■ >; 
snming the form of vessels. There Iih.h \ 
been ncything more sj.riklng soon from { 
Victorlia. In rriany a tong da.y. 



The, denunciation ■<( tb.' < 'onii.'inie.w' 
Act coft-tlnues in t,he Toronto Glohe. 
May wf!-nsk our Ontario cont,e)npornry 
to Utrn the strong light of Us criti- 
cism upon theVOntnrio Companie.x' Act 
abd let Itn readers know wherein tin- 
licltlsh Columbia law differ.^ from the 
law of its own province? It will hnrdl.v 
do this,', for to do 80 would be to .Mtnl- 
tify itself compTpfeTy. Not n word which 
It ha.'i employed in cnndomnlnR; our 
law niitclit not be ns Justly aiiplicil to 
the lnw of Ontario, against whifli our 
eontf>ini)orary has not had a word to 
say. 



From the Standpoint of Parlor Furniture 
Sliowin^ Our Display Is Truly 

Magnificent _ 




Sets 



3=Piece Set; 



m 



« N 9. ■*..*■'• ■■ 



anv, tiphrrlsteired- lit '^ilfc tapcstrv. 
." ..^l^o.OO 

3-Piece,;Setrtn MahoganyHinish, upholstered in Green Den- 

2-i^iec.e Set. in Mahogany, upholstered in tapestry. .$42.50 
3-pie;ce Set, in Mahogany, upholstered in Green Denim. 

» Price ^#1 . . . . ; . . . .;..... i . . . $75.00 

3-PJece SStr in "Walnut, upholster«d4«-figured silk $30.00 
3-Piece Set, Mahogany finish, upholstered in velour $35.00 



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Divans 



Chairs 



$25.00 
$22.00 



.inMathaganyiinish, upholstered m tapestry . . 
lii-Mahogany {inisftrttpholsteredrtn fed sjtk.^v 
In Mahogany finish, upholsteredJji figured, silk. .$42.00 
In Mahogany finish, upholstered in green Denim, .$18.00 

Easy Chair s 



Hollow-seat Easy Chair, upiiolstered in tapestry . .$11.00 

Fancy-figured Velour Easy Chair, a very P^^^' '}}";:' '^l. 

I'rice ............ ••• $--O.OU 

Walnut Easy Chair, upholstered in figured brocade $25.00 
.Upholstered. in Cretonne, light shade . . .... . ... • .$30.00 

ImyC^'sifTiriffir n ^m'Hl In ^ l eeii iiiohaii ' ., ' ..,.. .^02-0 



Reception Chair, beautifully .inlai-d in floral design, and up-, 
bolstered in heavy bi^ocaded silk . . , . ^^JtA.* $40.00 

Reception Chair, in Mahogany finish; caTvtd, uphnlsicrpd 
in' lii;ht. tapestry %^. ....•-.... . .;. .... , • ' .'.•■• • . ' ■ ■ $10.00 

Reception Chair,, Mahogatijr finish, . upholstered in silk, 
i'rioe : ',.... . . .■.".%",r. $10,00 

JRpception,i Ch»u:, Mahoggtii^,; upholstered iirirluc cliintz. 

-Price . f- * .;.> • * " $17.00 

Reception Chair, Mahogany, upholstered in green Dcinni. 

..:.................;. $12.00 

'--'-'■• ■■■- - in gf^efiSDenini. 

... .....$8.50 

$9.00 

silk. 
$18.00 



.Iricc . . . .,-■ . 
Hxm Chair^Tabogany finish,- uphol 

Price - • 

Rocker to match above 

Ar m _ qhair^110ioganj^r4^isbr?t^ ^^ stored iti f igu rcd^ 
•Price . .";,. . 



Chesterfields 



Beautifully upholstered in cretonne . 
High-backed ChesterfieldLxiphotett 



I'ricc 






,$37.50 

"light f lor al < 1 e s i o n . 

......;... $50.00 



Sofas and Lounges 

Hieh-back Sofa, upholstered in gnren tapestry, witfi floral 



design 

Couch', upholstered in red vclour 
Lounge, with fancy drape cover 
Ldufige, 1} 



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^^=a:n:^ery Handsome Easy Chajr. upholstere(Uujiguic£^ ^^^^-^.^^^^^^^-^^^^^ 

'Price "».»»'...•"•» 'v. *^-.,'>Tt-i%::V-t •••-•••• ' ,...j...«p • , 

Music Stands 



$50.00 
$15.00 
$20.00 

green comltin- 
.... $16.00 

;.^1S.00 




HEADQUARTERS FOR ALL 

NEEDS IN 
SUMMER FURNITURE 



Centre Tables 



In \Dihn:gany finish, from $35-00 to 
(^.nlden Oak, up-fr^m 



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$3.50 

...$1.50. 
..$10.00 



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Tn Mahogany finish, with brass rail on top. • ■ • • • • '• • • • • -$l.--00 

In Mahogany finish, panelled - • • • • • • . •^•'- • •. • • $14.00 

In Mahogany finish, music-rai^fc in.«ntre. with receptacles for bric-a-brac on sides. . .$20.00 

In Solid Mahogany; dulttintgh; with top drawer , .u..y.r.. .. $25.00 

In Solid Mahogany-dull finish, with 7 drawers : • $45.00 



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rhwrwlay, August 11, 1910 



VICTORIA DAILY eOLONIST 



If Ift From thd 

Monteliusf Piano 
House 



=«s~;^rr~'-lt'« -a Good -.One 

The Krtnich & Bach, 
6roadwood, pdl. Hainea 
Bros, and Chickering Pianos 
grace the studios and par- 
lors of the leading piario 
connoisseurs of every civil- 
ized nation. 

Any )f fhe above names 
on the fall board of yoUr 
piano is-not only a Guaran- 
tee of its Intrinsic Value 
vvherever you may go, but 
enhances your taste an<l 
judgment in the estimation 
of your friends. 



SOCIAL ANp_PERSONAL 

Mr. Ed. White, of Alberrtl. l» In the 

city visiting friends. 

• « • 

E T and C. N. Flncurion. of Vic- 
toria, are viaUlng In New WeBtmlnster. 



bration of pisape that haa prevailed for 
100 yeara between the United Statea 
and Great Britain U being aroused. A 
commlftee conalBtlng of prominent 
Americans has been appointed and lo- 
cal enthusiasm has been aroused In 
particular along the border towns In 
the east. The objects are to promote 
- - n suitable peace celebration qtonimem- 

Col. Prior went over to Vancouver I ^.^^^jj^^^j,^ signing of the treaty Qt 
last night on the Charmer. Ghent In December, 1814. It Is hoped 

to make the celebration not merely, a 
.k>6«V*ff«»r along the border, but one 
that -win eng&ffe the attention of the 
people of both countries In dlfterent 
locallUes. It woUld be a tlrfte to honor 
famous men of the United States, Can- 
ada and Great Britain, whose nfunea 
are connected with the development 
of t^ie woj:1« peace movement, and the 
siiggestlon Is one that may well be 
supported by both< nations.— Inland 
Sentinel, Kamloopa. ■__, ■ 



Sold Only by 

MONTELIUS 

PIANO HOUSE, LTD. 

1104 Government Street 

Corner Fort Tel. 44 

B. P. GREENE 

Manager Victoria House 



Charmer last night fwrVancouver.^ 

• m • i' , 

fdr. E. J. Connor went over to Van-^ 

couver la«t night. 

. • • * 

Mr. and Mrs. Ernest T. Grput left 
yesterday on a visit to Spokane. 

• ♦ • ' 
I Mr. J. E. Smart left for Vancouver 

on the Princess Victoria yesterday^ on 
a business trip. ^ ^ ", 

I Mr A C. Klum^rfelt was a paaseng- 
er on the Princess Victoria to Van- 
couver yesterday afternoon. ' ■ — ^ 

• • • 

Mr. G. A. Leaslc' left last nlfht on 
the Charmer on a business trip to 

Vancouver. 

• • *■ 

Mrs. A. T. McKenzle and child left 
yostfrday afternoon on a visit to 

friends in Kamloops. 

« • * 

Mr. J. "VV. Coburn, of Naniiimo, has 
left for Banff to attend the convention 
of the Lumbermen's Asaoclatioh there. 

• • •• ^ 

i Mr and Mrs. J. H. Bacon who have 
ibeen speTTmtir'^ome time in this city 
luwe returned to Prince Buyeri. 

• • • • 

His -Honor Judge Swanson and wife 
and daughter are registered at the 

Empress. 

^ • • • 

Alderman Harry BiSh'Aa.and wlfe^re- 
turne.l from a short jaunt Over to Se- 
attle unii N'aiu'oiiver yesterday on the 

Princess Victoria. 

• • • 

.Mrs. Harold S. Gamlce and Master 
Harold, of Seattle, are visiting wlUi 
Mrs. W. G. Gamlce at T34 Queen's 

juvpuue. 



Th« F««t of th«i "Fort Fr«««r." 
The new steamer "I''<vri Kriiaor" re- 
turned >londay from Tele Jiuine Onchi\ 
Thelfurwas niade in splendid lime 
and nn mishap of any kipd . was on- 

cuuntored. The Grand Canyon was 

easily navigable to this ffturdy liUle 
vessel, the Hue Ixtin'g u»oa un only two 
occasions, and this will hereafter be 
disp(Mnsc-d with, as the steamer ha.s 
provod In-r.-^clf capable of going through 
without "trroasHlstance of lines. ThQ 
''Kyrt Kraser" has .solved ' tlie tVansj- 
lioi-tation (luestion of the upper water.s 
most saliafactory.and . no ont; need 
anticipate trouble in , that .regard.-; 
Tribune, Fort C.oergo._^_^ ■ 



Real Nappa Tan Kid Gloves, cvciy pmg^arantced. 
Regulai- price $i.(X). Friday, per .pair 75^ 

hite. K^'ti,' 
.. ?1.00 



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Dents' Kid Gloves, ladies', in lans aiul 
" ::Ular pric-e $.r..5a.^4%iday, ikt pair . . 

Dents' Mocha Gloves, ladies", iu nrcy and brown. 
Regular iirice $1.50. iMiday, iiei^^pair. . . .$1.00 

Ladies' Cotton Vests. 1 

Fri'day 

Children's Ribbed Hose, black. 
40c and 50c pair. Friday ,. 



M^ 



uhir prite 35c and 50c. 



Regular price 3,Sc, 
... .. 25< 



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OurlB, Ftt«», Br»ld» »nd 

Tran«Ionnatlon» In »U 

Styles »t 



MRS. KOSCHE'S HAIR- 
DRESSING PARLORS 
'Phon» 1175 Douglas St. 



-T H E- 



Real Lace Shop 

Honlton lace, as supplied to 
H. JVTTThe Queen Mother. 



1214 Broad St. 



School Trustee Claims Other 
Cities Attracting Best Ma- 
terial in the Teaching Line 
After Local Teachers 



A' ^ 



Madame Russell 

' SHAMPOOING AND 
MANICURING 



Mrs. Walter Kipucn. ')0a Govtrnment 
.'Street, left on the Princess CharloUc 
on a visit to her cousins. Mayor and 
Mrs. Frank Conley, Deer Lodge, Mont. 

. • » • 

Mr. Harry Glyn left today on the 
l^rincess Charlotte, accompanied by 
Br. S. GHSkill and F. Kilsby for Seal- 
tie, where they inlend staying a few 
davs before leaving for New York. 

Government Agent Martin left yes- 
terday morning for the purpose of 
maixiiiK an tH.-^piction of the bridges 
ronstructed among the line of the K. il 
S. extension from Nan.-ilnio to Ail)t'rni. 
• • • 

At 12 o'clock noun yesterday the 
Rev. W. Leslie' Clay aoicmnlzed a 

uulet, but, very pretty wedding when ,^„, „,^ „ . 

Gertrude Esther, eldest daughter of , were made to the teaching »taff. Some 

Mr anTI Mrs. Geo. Martin, of :HS objecilon was made to the salary whici 

Mlchl^ n Itreet was joined in the it wan 8u.'Ke>,t.'d shouKl be pa d to one of 

.vlKUVgan ^trtci, >vua j _ ,iic appointee.^. Trustee McNeil pointed 

to the (mficulty in securing flrst-cluss 



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Ladies' Muslin Collars, with jabot attached.> Regu- 
lar price 35c and 50c each. I^-iday 25^ 

Ladies' Pique Stock Collars. J^,.3y4ite..^LsSJQJ-'^- 
Regular price ti5c. I'ridix- 35<? 

Ladies' Corsets — American. _Lady and Thomson's 
Glove-fitting Corsets, 



THOMSONS 

"CLOVE f ITTINC' 

CORSETJ 



Tl.al tho .sahu-lf.s paid thf local teacli- 
ins staff of the public schools is, in com- 
parison -i^Mth- the -HalHrics paid in other 
cities of the Dominion. ln:adociuate. ana 
tliat some of the best local teachers have 
hud overtures made to them by outside 
hoards, was the basis of the belief held 
by Tni.-^tet' A. B. McNeil that .salaries 
),ere will have io he raised In the near 
future if Victoria is to secure the best 
material in the teaching line. 7 

Tills rruestlon of salary arose at tiie 
regular nieotlng of the school JjoffXd held 
last evening, when two appointments 



Regular Si. 75. Friday, iior pair 
RegulatSa.So and $3.00. Frid.p 



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..?1.35 
^1.50 



Regular §3.75- 

Ivcguhir $4--S- 



p'riday, per pair 
Friday, per pair 



.$2.00 
.$2.25 



nnri all kind.? of hair 
ord'T 

COUBTEHA'f «"f< 



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work mad"e t6 



PHONE 1836. 



KnrmerU 

of MUr^i 



MR. J. D. A. TRIPP 

if thp. Toronto Conservatory 



Piano, Virtuoso and Teacher 

On ilif advanced Krades of piano play- 
ing, will visit Victoria one day in each 
week after i-cptemhcr 1. ■ i- - ■ 

AddTe.SK P. O. Drawer 7;t6. ■ 




Our prices on I'rcscriplii 'ii- 
arc the lowest is because wc 
do the largest - prescription 
Irade, : and can T3uy.;:^BurgT 
Drugs at Bedrock Prices. 



gaji *tr( 
holy liondiT of matrimony to Mr. Henry 
Arthur uTckson, of Seattle, son of Mr. 
.lauM-s Dickson, of this city. The 
l.rvdc looking very charming in an 
ivory satin Princess dress trimmed 
with lovers knots of chiffon, with veil 
end -orange blossoms, and carrying a 
lovely bouquet of whit^" carnations was 
given away by' her father, and vvaa 
attended by Miss Margaret Hfddcll, 
of Alherni, who Joo'ked most becom- 
ing In a beautiful pale green (Satln 
Princess dres.s, wearing a pearl good 
luck brooch, the gift of the groom. 
She also carried a shower bouquet of 
carnations. The only ornament of the 
bride was a handsome pearl sun burst 
.pendant, also the gift of the groom, j 
The grobni was supported by Mr. S.' 
I-l. Okell, of this city, who was the I 
recipient of a gold slick \A\\ from the 
groom. • The . marriage too p phtco ; 
under Sr"lIocaT~^^Tr"or~ white asters,- 
and the. room was prettily decorated 
by friends of the bride. A wedding 
breakfast was served Immediately 
after the ceremony, when only the 
immediate relatives were present. 
After a sumptuous repast was taken 
a reception was belli till 2 o'clock, 
wii.ii Mr. and Mr.s. Dickson left 1 
till- Princess Victoria for Vancoo' • ; 
whore they will spend their- honey- 
moon. The bride's going-away dress 
was a light, grey tailored iravdUtW 
suit with a largo Tuscan hat lrlminc<t 
-wttti^panstes-:i|Tnijaj_ large lace beau. 



Dre«* Goods and' Dresc- 
making » specialty. • A 
large and expert »t«ff. 

Thornton's Glovp Fitj- 
ting Corsets. 



teachers. At present the teachers put- 
ting in applications for positions on the 
local staff do not appear to be of as high 
quality as formerly, and this he ascrlhed 
to thr fact that other el lies have raised 
the salaries paid and are attracting the 
Post of the teachers looking, for positions 
leaving only the less qualified 'fi>r tjie 

positions offering here.- — ^ 

This ''view was held by seVerM other 

members of the hoard, and .froni the . . 

opInloB.s expressed It, looks very much a.a xl8;^_2, A, Anderson. 



1123, 1125 and 1127 Government Street 



Latest Ideas in High 
class exclusive Millinery. 

Dent's Glovea. 

Morley's Hosiery. 

Dr. Deimel's Linen Mesh 
Underwear. 



if the question of f^alary Increasft*. wjll 
^e an Important one. when the board «on- 
sldcr.s the matter at the end of the year. 

FLOWER SHOW IS 

LARGELY ATTENDED 

iContlnUcd from Page 2.) 



irerns. J.— 1. >Irf 
Miss M. M- Tnk^ 
Fern, specimen. 



til! 



Mrs. D. H. Har-' 



Foliage plants. 3 fCMeus^xrludcd). 

—I. Miss M. M. Talt. -•--::-. ::^. 

FucKsiasj, in Hower, 2r-=-i.^Mr8. U.' "• 
lllarrls; 3, Miss M. M. Talt. _ 
i Fuchsia, specimen. — 1, Mrs. u. m. 
'Tlari-l.-t; ?. Mrs. W.. Jennings. 

Geraniums, double. In newer, it.-~>l, 
Mrs. \V. Jennlng.s; 2. Mrs. R. B. .Mc- 

.Micklng. '^'"- ^ , , 

Gcranium3,.,j3 ln gle In. . fowcr^ J^-j^l . 



More Specials 



Sold Only By 

HALL'S 

CENTRAL DRUG STORE. 

Corner of Yates and Douglas Sts 

Telephone 201. 



Dahlias, cactus, 6 blooms, named.— 
r, C. W. Newbury; 2, 'N. W. F. Rant. 

Dahlias, decorative, 6 blooms, named. 
— 1, C. W. Newbury. 

Dahlias, single. 6 blooms.— 1, 1". M. 
F'emberton. ' 

Geraniums, 12 idooms, 5 varieties.-^ 
iti-shop of Columbia, . 

iliadloli, 24 jcolprs, 1 spike each, 
shown singly.— 1, F. B. Pemberton. 

Gladioli, 12 colors. 1 .spike each: 

shown .singly.— 1, .tV B. Pem.berton; -'. 

Mrs. R. P. ,Rl,thet. 

TVTtTipansTes'r9mi,Rj_ large icn-u uch-j,;. i GladioU, 6 colors/O,^ fipike each- Shown 

1'ho happy couple were ttic recflpients 'singly. — l.~F. B. Pemberton; 2, Mrs. R. 



ot' niany handsome, useful and costly 
gifts from their host of friends here 
and elsewhere. The>- will make their 
home in Seattle. The wedding march 
was played by Mi.ss Alvina Welicr. 



PROVINCIAL PRESS 

Peace of 100 Years 
Great Interest Iti the proposed celc- 




The Blending of 
Style and Value 




Fit- Reform has made its greatest success 
among those whose wardrobe formerly cost 
them almost double what it does now. The 
warmest friends that Fit-Reform has, are those 
who are most particular and exacting about 
the garrnents they buy. 

Fit-Reform is the perfect blend of style 
and value in high grade, hand-tailored suits 
and Overcoats. 

Fit-Reform offers the newest and choicest 
of the season's styles, in the newest and choic- 
est of the season's patterns, as originated and 
perfected by the master designers and tailors 
of the Fit-Reform organization. Yet Fit Re- 
form prices are within the means of practi- 
cally everyone — Suits and Overcoats, from 
$15 to $35- 



V. RIthet. 

Gladioli, S colors'. I- Hpikc each shown 
singly. 1, I", n. Pemberton; 2, Mrs. It. 
P. Rlth't. 

Lfllums, ; • ■ . • : ■■ I'io. 1. V H. 
Pemberton, 

Panslcs, l.S coloi'.s, 1 .spccinif^n i^, li. 
— :i. Miss Dorltt Pullf-n. 

Perennials, hardy herbaceous, 12 var- 
ieties.— 1, Mrs. R, P. RIthet; 2, .1. Sher- 
burn. 

Petuii . , 'I iiitiic. 12, I1-; \' ■ Ml 

4 colors.— 1, .1. A. Grant. 

Phlox, perennial. 12 varieties. 1 spike 
each. — 1. F. B. Pemberton. 

Phlox, perennial, 6 varieties, 1 spike 
each.— -1. J. Shcrlnirn; 2, 1'. V.. P-mi- 
berton. ■ ' ' ' ' 

Phlox, perennial, .T pplke.'*, any one 
variety. — 1, .1. Sherburp. > 

Phlox Drummondil, 12 color.?. .T 
Ktoms oach.~l, J. A. Orant.' 

Uose.«. 6 Inv.vase, own foUagre. — ^1, J. 
,Sherl.iurn,.' — .^ !__ _J: . 

Stocks, 3 colors, 3 spllfM rr,rh In 
vase.— 1, Bishop of Columbia 

Blocks, .3 colors, 3 spikes ( (u !i in 
vases. — 1, Bishop of Columbia., 

Vase Of • Sunflower*!. — 1, J. A. rsrairt. 

Sweet peas, IS varieties, shoWn sepr 
yratciy;' 10 specimens each nartied. — 
j. A. Bland; 2, Mrs. IT. R. Beayan. 

Sweet peas, 12 varieties shown sep- 
arately, 10 sp.ooimens' each named. — 
1, .1. A. Bland; 2, C. W. Nt^wbury. ' 

Sweet peas,..G varieties show-n eep- 
aratel.v; 10 iui&clin.p:oa .,£ar]i..' naifaed.-^- 
I, .T. A. Bland; 2, C. W. Newburj-. 

Sweet peas, white, 20 stems, 1 vari- 
ety named.— 1, J. /. Bland; 2, C. W. 



Newbury. 

Sweet peas, red, 20 sp \ 
n a rn nd.— I, -G- -W- Newh ti r 



„_iM-;--» 



ALLEN & CO. 



FIT-REFORM 

1201 GOVERNMENT STREET 




iriety 

_. . _^ .. J. ' k. 

I ; rant. 

Kweet p06s, 4)hi<>. 20< stems', 1 variety 
named.— C. W. JJewbufy;, 2, M, W. V. 
Rant. 

Sw«<Mr- pe.a.s, pink,. 20 »lema_J__vaxlety_ 
n;inicfT."-1, .T. A.ni.-uid; i, C. .W. 'fTew- 
biiry. 

Swc<'l pc.nts, yellow, 20 sloiu". I v;irl- 
cty n-'imed,— 1.: J. A. Bland: ' W. 
Newbury. 

Sweet iicas, lavender, 20 Btoms.l 
variety named. ~1. .1. A. Bland; 2, .1.' 
A. Grant. 

Sweet i>cas, maroo,n, 20 StethS, 1 vari- 
ety named.-:-'i^..Cc;V^., Newbury; 'J, .1 
A. Bland. ' ' ' 

S'veel pfa.x, striped and ll.'iked, 20 
HteVns, 1 va;rlely named.— 1, C. VV. 
.Newbury. ' 

Sweet peas, IMcotee edged, 20 stem", 
- yariely named.— -I, .1. ,\ nifiiid; 2, 
C. W. Newbury. 

Sw*et \if^&, an.v oth<>!r color, 20 stems 
I variety named.— 1, J. A. Bland; 2. 
C. W. Newbury. 

Clats C. Ametouri — Pot PUntt 

BegonlftB, rex, 1.— 1. Mrs. A. Wright. 



Mrs. Jennings. ,«, , ■ _. 

Gloxinia.s, 3.--1, Mr». W. JennmgB.- 
'Geranitlm, specimen.— l,Mr». Jen- 

"'puVnts In flower, 6, no|;, leas fhan 4 
yarleties.— 1, Miss M. M. Tail; 2. Mr.«. . 
W. Jennings. . -" 

Specimen plant In flower.— 1. Mrs w . 

Jennings. - ' „ t-. 

Bpj'cimen plant foliage.— 1. Mrs. D. 
R. Harris; 2, A.-Ahderson. 

Class C. Amaieurs^Cut Flowers 
! Ciirnalron. Jonble, 4 colors, 3 each In 
vase.— 1, M' 1 -Morrall; 2. Miss M 
M Talt. 

bamiaa, cactus, 8 blooms distinct 
colors.— 1. Mrs_.Jl. B. MoMlcklng. 

Dahlias, cactus. 4 blooms, distinct 
,.„lors:— 1. Mr?. R. B. McMlcking; 2, 
S. Childs. 

Dahlias. : . .-, i blooms, dis- 

tinct colors.— 1. U H. Hardy. , 

Dahlias, cactus, white. 1 variety, i 
blooms. In vase with gret-n.— I, Mrs. 
R. B. MOMlcklng. 

Dahlias, cactus, scarlet. 1 variety. J 
blooms in vase with grcen.-^l. Mrs. 
M..rrall; 2, Mr.-'. R. B. McMlcking. 

Dahlias, cactus, , pink, 1 variety, 3 
blooms in vase \^Hh green.— 1. Mrs. R. 

U. McM^ckihK . ■ . -, 

■ Dfihlias, cactus, maroon, 1 variety, i 
blooms m vase with green.— 1, Mrs. 
Morrall; 2, Si ChUds. , , , I 

Gladioli; (5 colons, 1 spike each, 8h(?wn 
aini?l.\ . 1. Mr^ .Morrall; -:. .\ Mil'-r- 

son. ' ' ■ 

Gladioli, 3 colors, 1 spike eat li, f<i.own 
-*lngly. — i,-.AtF»^-MarraU; ._2i_A.. .A nder- 

Bon. • ~~ '.• .^ 

Hollyhoeka, 12 blfloms. hot 
3 colors— 1; D. riieodma.n. 

I.arkspur, 3 colors, 3 spikes each 1.. 
vases. -1. MrsTjyV. Jennings. 

Marigold. French. 12.-^1, i' ■'- 

man; 2, Mr?.. Tl. Martin. 

Nasturtium^., vollection.— 1, Mrs. U, 
R McMlcking; 2, Mrs. C. W. >fewbury. 
• PanMicfi, 6 colors, 1 specimen each.— 
1, Mr^. I'. \V. Nowbury',; 2, A \>ii.-t-- 

son. '■ \ ^'i 

Perennials, hardy hferbaceouj;-. ■■•■'■•' 
Hp5._i; m^s; Wm-rall; 2, C; D. St^ed- 

man. , , 

pPtuni.; 1-. "f't I", 

colors.--!. Ml •lennlngj' 

Sitlldmaii 

' Pe.tunia.H, 8nm.. . 12, not l^,;--' '■'■^•v,,' 
colons.— -1,C.i:>. Stcedrnan; 2,Mr9. \V. 

MMilox Drnmmondil, 6 colors, 3 stems 
each.— 1, Mr», W. Jennings; 2. C.. S. 

■Br.#wWr:^;i^ 



Meats 




Our own pfoiitSction, fftE BEST, and at prices wliicli will save you money, 



HAMS 
BACON 
PURE LARD 



COMPOUND LARD 
BOILED HAMS 
JELLIED TONGUES 



H jyou are tiot using our brands now, give us -our next order. 

WATCH FOR OUR SPEC1\LS 



Pacific Market, Next t^ 

G<>\'i'riinicii' 



r. ().,... 



Island Market -^ 



M rrc 



Cor 



IK.T 



•iliii'^on .•in<i 



)ouglas. 



P. Burns & Co., Ltd. 



;,,nt. i . , . - i: : - - uned.,^ 

I, '\irs. G. >fci. CaiT; 2, 1'. S. .ilartln. 
' Sweet pcas^ft-varletles,' shown seii- 
nratelV. 10 speclniena. each named.- - 
1, \V:"b. Christopher,;' 2, F. S. Martin. 
Sweet peas, white, 12 stems, 1 vari- 
ety named.-l. F. S. Martin; 2, Miss D. 
.IJayii- 



-S\ 

! !! 1 



1 



-. Phlox . perennial. » colors. T sp''^' 
each.-r-.l, C. D. StecdjTinn; 2, Mrs M 

rail. . , - ^.,- -, 

, \-„«. of J,'. 1. ' I'- ■-''"' 

man. . ,. , „i,, u. 

Rosea. 6 varietiea. shown singly in 

va.-^cp, 1, n. R. T«lt; 2, L. A. Camp- 

"'n,,„,..4 ■>, varieties In vase, oAvn foll- 
age.— 1.' Mrsr-Gh S. Carr; 2. Mrs. Mor- 

''"salp'iglo.»'S!s. 4 color?-, 3 .^p^u■s each 
In vases.— 1, Mrs. W. Jennings. 

S(ufk« 3 colors, 3 ."plkf-s each 
Mises. -1, C. \V Xewhury; 2, L. 

SnnnowcrM. ,>f>rf'nnlat,^ iloubU-. ^ 
blooms In vaRC.-l, A. Ander«=on: ^ 
Mrs. R. B. McMlcking. 

Sunhowcra, perennial. !>lnKle, 
blooms in vase.— 1. A. Anderson. 
\ Sweet pcaa. 12 varieties, shown sep 



12 stems 

TiTai-tln: 2 



In 
H. 



• peas, lavender, 
,„i ,, ,> nnmeil. — 1. V- S 
A. Campbell. 

Swoct o'^-'i'' pi'ii- ' ' ' ■'■ 
named.- i i ^ 
S. Carr. 

Sweet peaa, bliie, 12 stems, 
. (.: named.-^li' K S. Martin, 
veet peas, M.\\s^-r 12 stn 
named.—], K S. Mai-ttn 
^weet peas, vellow, 12 stpms, 1 van-\ 
,,;, named.-1." V. S. Martin; 2, Miss 

D. Bayne. 

'Sweet pca-^ II' M....!i, i ■ -tcni.'K, i 
variety named.— 1. Mrs. G. 9. Carr; ;. 

U A. Campbell. . „ , , i.. 

Sweet peas, striped and flaked, iv 
Mcms, 1 variety named.— J^, Mrs. C 
S Carr}- 2, L. A. Campbell. - 

•Sweet pens, Plcotee edged, 12 stein-^. 
1 variety nanio.l. 1, Mrf. ''•■ !^ •' '" 
■' If. S. .Martin. 

Verbenas, 4 colors, 3 .<(p!kcs each. - 
1, n. M. Paterson;^, C. D. Steedman. 
'zinnia.-, 12 l)lonms.— l^-r^ D. 
man; 2, F. S. Martin. . ;, 

Open Clats— Amateum 





ItSuisThemAll 

Old \nd . young"' 
deligl . in the rich- 
ness' nddelicious- 
nesf ;fCOWAN'S 
PE FECTION 
CO ;0A. 



i u i t s every 

.e. 



C ivan Co. Llmlled. 

TORONTO. 136 



Stocd- 



I, \. AiTdTn'smir 2; 
Hand hooqupt — 1, J, 

M. Jps- 



hcrburn. 
Slu'rli\nn; 



Ml<«s M. M. 'I'll it 



I 



Annuals, collection shown separately. '2, J. A. Bland. 



Hiicla.l liouqiicl. 1. 
J, Mrs. \V. Jennings. 

H.'i.sket of cut flowers, prcientntion 
(Ist prize ijrf^.-'cnlcd by Mrs. Henry 
(;,.oft),— 1, Miss npnnett; 2. Miss 
Mara; 3, Mr.M. C. K. Wilson; 4, Mis.-^ 
^Vnrl<; special pri7-\ Miss iris James. 

Decorfillve howl of sweet peas (groy^ 
bv exhibitor). - 1, Mrs. H. R. Beav|# l.'T' 






\i oratlve bowl of any one vnrinty 

of ■ nnUHl. other than sweet p^aw 

(g/ .vn by exhibitor), -I. J. Slierburn; 

A. Cam libel 1. 



" / 



Jcn- 



anging jiaskct.— 1, Mri«. AA'. 
ni <S; 2, Mrs. K. B. McMlckluK. 

iwfct i>eas, 12 varieties, shown sep- 
' ately, 10 Hpeclmens each, named, 
ifctrictcd I" viirlftlcs In commerce.— 
,, A. Bland. 

-Decorated dinner tflbl^, 4<<, fact 
arc, arranged to sit fmrr perisons; 
(Continued on Pag* ?._) 






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Thurtday, Au^iit 11, 1910 



LOGGERS' SUPPLIES 




Wc carry a very complete stock o£ 

The RIGHT KIND 

BlocRs, Chokersv^abs. Wire Ropes. Chain. Etc. 

WE INVITE INSPECTION 



E. B. Marvin & Co. 

The .aniDchandlers - 1206 Wharf Street 



NEWS ^TH E CITY 

W««k's Cl*«ringa. 

l^ocal bank clearings (ur the week 
ended Tuesday totalled $1,637,B30. 

Ladis*' Aid Sooi«tyi - ' "' " 

: The Lttdlea Aid society of the Grace 
j LuthtTiin eliurch will meet Thursday' 
' afternoon at the home of Mrs. Peden, 
;.No, 2415 Fernwood road, for ft work 
nijiX'tlnff. /, 

Another Outing For Choir 

The mefiibora of the St. Andrew's 

'_ Presbyterian churc?h c^nolr wHJ be en- 

' lortaliied at a social In the Foul Bay 

U;H rooms on Krlday evening:, l.ast 

\\ p«>k a picnic was held ut Albert 

, IJL-ad. <a 

! Government Prints Report. 

Tho .priiitliiK department of the pm- 
' \lnclar KO\erni)iein hne Just Issyed the 
{ third aniuuil report, of thp Hrltlsh ('o- 
; lutnliia .Mitl Tul.iexi,;Mi.osia„;;.^rSuci&ty 
! whirh WHK read tfct—a-'me&tlflar— fiSld-ln 
! l''obriiary last. ^.-.■-: 

Geological Survey 
.\ number of n)ombers"of the Geo- 
.' lnKie'.ii department of the Dominion 
rgoVf'rhfrient "Tire' ehgaKed'^ Th^'^aurv'ey 
I'work lietwt'en lO.iQuimalt and Victoria- 
hfirbors. Tlvrs- have fHtabllshed camp 
;nt Parsons -tMildge and i'X[>p<'t to he 
' licre for some time. 



M ax. 
70 

• '72 

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SB 

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7« 
5S 



a. ni. (Pacific 



49 

53 

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fid 
■10 

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We Can Save You Money 
on Your Grocery Bill 

\fit al.aic in cash., but you gel. t lie v ery b e st qual ky goods ob- 
lainahlo. .\uy thing bought of, iiSLiL-not satisfaction, will he 
gladly exchanged, or money back. : 

Schram Jar Covers, jicr dozen.' • 25c 

Schram Jars, per dozen, pints 75c. quarts ^00, !/-gal 1.35 

Pineapple, ])er sjiiall tin ......,' lOC 

Pineapple, large tin7-2 4o r. ..'' /... .;•!./ • • 25c 

Hawaiian Pineapples, pov tin . . .... .,,..,,' . . . . • . . r;'TT. . . -asc 

Brooke Bond's Celebrated Tea, pcFnC^oeT^SOCSMISIi::; . 6ac 
Clover Valley Choice Creamery Butter, fully gtraranteed — 
Per 11.. .:;5>.-. ■ ir 3 lbs. for ^' '....... .$1.00 



H. 0. KIRKHAM. GROCER 

Corner Fort and Douglas Streets Phone 178 



""New Auto Garage. 
HiiilduiK pomjlts wcr.; l.s.siicd .\c.s- 
tcrda.v b.\- tlu' liuililiiig inspector Jo H. 
'!". KiiOlt for an aulo karage and nepaTr 
.shop tu be erected on Yates stntet at 
;( cost of J], sod .ind I" l.r-' Hang for 
' .1 iterations to hiitldink; .n ''.•rmurant 
str-iiet to cost $.'.00. 

Gravel Is Scarce. 

1 ..rfrcul'ty'in-.g.etting..ji tMll._.suppl\' of 

. gii-\cl is to a certain extent holding 

: up sidewalk construction work on se\- 

ixral jobs In the city. The building 

M-tivlty both here and in Vancouver 

i]rt.s created a great demand for ma- 

t.rial.s and the gravel companies are 

hard put to It to fill all or^ei^e— ; — 

Rabbi Cohen to Speak Again 

Tho.sr who enjoyed thf privilege of 

'hearing Rev. .Montague .V. A. Cohen 

at the I'nlt.Trlnn church a short time 

ago will be pleivsed to learn that the 

tniPntwrpraTr£-«abbt: wiy 

at the same plaire J^exl Sunday everi- 

' ing. His subject 

; Cod." 



THE_W|AfRlFr 

Meteproloflcat ' offiee. Victoria, B. C, 

jat 8 p. m., jyuguet 10, 1^910: 
I SYNOPSIS. 

^o rain has fallen today on the North 
Pacific elope and with t\\ti eJtoepMo" »' 
some fog on the •traits fine weather 
has prevailed throughout the whole re- 
gion from the Yul^on to lower CuUiotr^ 
I nla. ICast.of the Ruckles a widespread 
area of low presKure, covers the prairie 
provlnceM, rain has fallen nt "Uattljeford 
anil Port -Arthvir and temperatures liH,\e 
been high at nearly all stations. 

f EM {*KRAT.trR». " •-•- 

Mill 

▼tctorU 

j \'hiicOii vpr 

I "N'.'w AA'esimlnster. 

I KamloopK '. . 

i Harkprvillf : , . . 

i Prince Rupert 

i -M 1 1 n ..... ^ .... ^...^^,^:, f .„, . 
; I^awMon.- Yt- T." . .■. " ." ' , "g«» ' > . 

* 'alsary. Alia. , , • (••■•. 

Wtrinipe»c, Muni"^^^. 

Portland, Ore. . . . 

San Franclsro, i;al 

-.— . C KORKC.\.'«TS. 

For 24 hours from 5 
TrmeT"'rhirr!id8".vT~'~~~ 

Victoria nnri V t <• I nt t>-r - Wl wda;;atbi<#ly^ 
.<!outlierl\-, fair with stationary or higher 
temperolurf. ' » - 

l.ewer .Mainland: J.lglu to moderate 
winds, fair an-il warm;=?^.- _ ._ 

WEDNESDAY. 

niRhest ....... I 

-Iwo wes I ". 

Mean ' • 

bunahlne," 8 hour.s. 3fi minute.* 



70 
« 
59' 



mm 



Great Reductions 

in Ladies' White 

Waists 



To make room for our .Fall 
.-goods now on the way, we are 
offering all our large stock of 
toadies' White Waists at greatly 
reduced jfrftW." AVe must clear 
thpm out and have slashed the 
prices accordingly. 

<'ali and spp them— the prlr'ea 
will suit you. 

Among therti ate a number of 
Tailored effects, dainty Lawn 
BlouaeSL-aiudLJine SlWt-Walsta. 



(J. A. Richardson* Co. 



Victoria Hout* 



636 Yatei St. 



WEEKLY WEATHER SY.N'OPSIS. . . 

Victoria m. teorologlcal office, .\ugii3t 
.Trd to .9lh. 1910: 

Victoria — Bright sunshine 78 houri Ho 
mInutP"!; blgheMi temperature Z'l.i-. on 
8th; lowest 4H.2 on fith; no rain. "\_. 

Vancouver — Mrlght au,nshlne_&4 hours: 
highest temoeratvire 7B oa,.8t H; "ToWggr 



Bft on 3rd; no rain. 
New 'Westniln.ttcr 



-ltlg.he."t fempern- 



aire i^exl Sunday even- 
t- will>e, "Man ami hi-i 



™- MIKADO "'"^'^r^^ds'""'^ 

R. Special sale for Bamboo Blind, 
Sx8. t!.'25. and 6x7 7oc. 
1404 Gov't St. Cor. Johnson 



A Convenience to the City. 

; "The gravel dumped upon Fort 

' street from ■ the trams was material 
for use by the city and as delivery by 
that means Is chfappr, Is less wear 

i;iiid tear on the .stroets. Is done with 
greater, despatch and saS'es labor I 
iliink the crltlclsm.s of the evening, pa - 

I in-r' are out of place and ' not well 
founded." said .Mr. Arthur Llneham of 
the Stott-LlnehHtn Satul and Gravie] 

Co.. .NcstPrday. "The only nlatprlal dp- 
liVJTfd by us In this manner Is for 

>ci\ie u.se and Is a ronvenlencp to the 

!^''^'-" . . ^ 



on 



Kih: li.wp.^t 48 on 3rd. tth; 



Sth; 



Tiirp KO 
no i-ain. 

Kamloup--* 'Hr;Klil .«iiin<'tiine oS li 
highe.st tempprature Pn on 7th. 
lowest 5 2 on 3rd. rain .3fi Inch. •-• — j 

BfrrkervlUp-=.-Hlghest temperature 74, 
on fith; lowest..4 2_Qn 3rd, Itli, 5tb: rain 
,10 - lnch.J_Jl^ -■_ 

t'rlnip Ruperl- 
: -n : t ii. li)\\-: 
ilu).. 

AtUn — Highest temperature 68 on 5th; 
lowpst '38 on !>tii; rnin .O.S inch. 

Dawson — Highest temppraturp 76 on 
7th: lowest 42 on 3rd, 5th, 6th; rain .3:1 
Inch. 



-HIehest 

I I t ..ii 



finp. ri. I uri' I 
•t • rain .;>:' \ 




Known by Name 

Silvtr plate of best quality and 

life -long durability is known 

by the name 

'M ROGERS BROS".' 

On knives, forks, spoons, etc., 
this is a mark ot distinction, 
superiority and exclusiveness, 

, D«5/ lea Jflj. di:bti. waifcrs, 
Y'A f (c. , are itimpti 

»1 WERIDEN BRITACO. 

ROLIl -V LEAt)l''<'. DB.ILBRS 

Silpcr Tlatc that Wtarr^ 



JAS. LEIGH 4 SONS 



Lumb:r 
Mills 
Foot of 
Turner Street 
Victoria, B.C. 



Who'^fale and 
r.elulJ 



Lumber, 

Lath 

Shingles 
Bill Stuff 



*na Tllaltufacturera of allklnds of 
Sash, Factory and Planlnjr illU 
Good.s. 



11 i'urcst Always Clean 
The S a 1 c s t :• --Ke^-Dvisty .Cans ■ 



BOTTLED MILK 

From the 

Victoria Creamery & 
MilK Supply Co. 

Dealers in 

-Firtcsi Creanij Cream, 

Milk, Buttermilk and Biitter 

-^ hone lii 344 '~ 



Latest Importations From China i 

L.ttdios' and Gi-nta" .silk underwear, 
eott. uarni. neat and Ugrht; Kenta py- 
jamup In beautiful Htrlyped allk. Tli« ; 
newest styles of beautiful ttinliroldered 
Bilk klnionas. Is'otlilnjj rnor*) beautiful. 
Tile loveliest allk embroidered dovllaa 
tver Bliown. 

QTJONO UAH PUWO 8c CO. 
P. O. liox 88. IVli Government .Si. , 



Itie Jap ol l]yalilij 




Pinls . . 
Qua-rts- 



$1.50 
$2.00 



iralTXalToiiF'TTTT 

For Sale by AH Leading 
Grocers 



DO YOU KNOW 

1 hat our ice crcant is niadc 
'from 

Pure Gream, Only ? 

'i'hat invalids find it very 
nourishing. , . Try it 'at ptir 
fountain or havc^lr'Scnl - 
VI iiir home. 

\\ >• pr|ide ourselves oti om 
cak<is, cliiliei ilat ('^ ;in(l it'-. 

\\> kiii;.\v the lii},di rpiiil- 
i!} .»!' tiur in'Dduce. 

CLAY'S 

Tel. roi 619 Fort Street 



' Arrange Reception. 

Mrs. C. E. Ooftper. prpsldent of the 
local Codncll of Women, assisted by 
; Miss Mi'Naiighton Jones, {(resident of 
] the Gradtiated .N'urses' club, are ar- 
r;tnglng for a. reception to be held at 
the club j»arlors on Krtda.\- evermrg 
; net from 8.30 to 10:30. Miss McKen- 
!»le, head of. the Victoria, order of 
' niiraes in (."anada, will he the guest of 
I honor. The arrangements •.vlU be the 
' s;ime as those governing "guest days" 
at the club, and members of the club 
iind of -both the above mentioned as- 
sociations are cordially Invited to at- 
ti^nd, 

Mr. Bryson's Resignation 
, It is jirohnble that Mr. G. H. Bry- 
son. assistant City engineer, whose 
r.'signatlon wns accepted by the city 
. ouncll at last Mot^day night's meet- 
ing will sever Ills connection with the 
I Ity on the 15th Inst. The, time of 
; :eavlng was left to the city engineer 
I who desired Mr. Bryson to stay out the 
j rnonth as there are many civic works 
I which have been under "the stipervls- 
1 Ion of .Mr. Hryson. The latter may 
[decide to stay for the halnnce of tlip 
mi)nth though he had signified that thp 
' In th w ould be a convenient time for 
i Wm to7 take over i>hia new position 
.'vlth the ■VVdrswIck Paving compan> . 

i OBITUART¥dflCES 

i.,-.-:- •;--:-•'-- — -■■ — • Al exander. :-..,,.-.., 



••! 



The body of little Kenneth Alexan- 
ilpr, thp eighteenth month old son of 
.Mr. ,1 nd— -Mrs. ...Alexander of. Jordan 
river arrived In the city yesterday 
afternoon and was taken to the par- 
9|ors of the Victoria Undertaking rom- 
, r>any. The remains will be shipped 
next Monday to jMbcrnl where inter- 
nipnt will take pjace. 



j McKihnon. 

I The death occurred at the St. 

' .Toset)h's hospital Inst night of Charles 
.\UKinnon for the past liflpon yeiira a 
woll known emplojee of the Ciuindlan 
Pacific RjiUro.nd rompnny's steflmshlfi 
'Ine. Thf; late M/, McKlnnon was .^lO 
M'ars of age and a nntlvr' ,of lrelan<l. 
He leave a family. .->Remnlns have hpen 

] removed to the- V'lctbrla I'lidertaklng, 

: piirlors. Funeral arrangements will 
1. nnnounced later. 



August 

Brides 



Brides of every season 
u.sually recf.ivft many pifts 
not useful in the hDinc. The 
most appreciable present is 
ohc that i< ■'orxiccablc yet 
beautiful enough to reflect 
the good taste of the giv.-r, 
.^uch as a piece of 

STERLING 
SILVER 

Hundreds lI delightful 
suggestions await yon here 
from the modest salt cellar, 
artistic photo frame, or one 
or.audlluT (>f the latest Eng- 
lish novelties, up to a maj^- 
nificent cabinet of 'solid sil- 
ver — gifts that rtiSy be 
handed (Inwii "tp^iittire gen- 
eral iotis. 



W. f1. Wilkerson 

The ]r\\ rler 
915 GOVERNMENT ST! 

Tel. i'K)6 



:z_letter files, 
"^"filing cabinets 
carbon papers, 
card indexes 
roll top desks 
flat top desks 
office chairs 



BAXTER & JOHNSON 

COMPANY. LTD. 

721 Yates St. Phon.e 730 



»»•>♦>•♦♦♦»»»»•»■ 



,•»»»«» 



FOR 
SALE 

?nMK GOOT^ TR.VCTS 
OF CROW. \ GRANT 

AND LICENSE 

;■ ' TrNIBER 
WELL SITU AT Eb 

Fort George 

I can offer some ■ good 
acreage, about 5^4 miles 
southwest of the townsite. 

Field notes may be seen 
on application. ' 

Price ?8 per acre 
Subject to prior sale 

■ 

Ernest Brammer 



Tcl. 



In buying a'Totigh medioine, don't bp 
.ilrold to ' get Chnrnherlain'H C<iugh 
Ufiiifdv. Then' is no d.-ingpr frtun It, 
iHid relief is .«iurc to follo>v. K.fpeiially 
rpcnrnmoiided for ■•ough*. colds and 
wii...>p!.nc-.(louarl].. ^5t•)d, by. all. di'Jiler.i. • 



Advertise in THE COLt)NIST 



YourEyes 




/ 



Precious 



They rcrmire proper .ittcn- 
tion. Yni] <-c{ this trotn 



J. H. LePAGE 

ETBSIOHT BFI!CZAX.IBT 

F. 0. Box 22S~-=-- 
Govcrnment St. l^ctoria 



Irish Linen Sale 
.\l;i;, ij.ird ^ .Sons' grciit slHiightpr 
sale of Irish t^lnens, was held yester- 
day In thi' Broad strpet hrtll. when 
large rjuantltles of ,houa€''liol(\ re'inisltes 
[wore sold to nn appreciative audlpnre, 
who'Avere TiTTaTitnTOuR- in -■thf - opinion 
Ithnt goi>(l.<<'of such hlgh-clfiss qunllty 
[had' never previously been sold by piit)- 
[llc auction In Victoria? klieijrlees not 
LapproHChlng one half the, vfThi'* «f the 
goods. The sale will be continupd ..thi.a 
morning at 10.30, and this aftprnoon 
at il—CLclu ck an d this evening at 7.'30 
[p. m. Kver\hody should iittond this 
further .il.iugliter sale of (lr.<!t-rlass 
goods, find those persons who have not 
hitherto., participated should n\-all 
|thcmac| veS.Ot rfit r-tTfYt1tgr:-npft-nrtiinny 
of securing soirie oT.the bfirg.'Un.s for 
1 which' this sale 18 so justly rpiv.wnp.l. * 



FOR YOIR FOWLS 



.Something new and from 
a good recipe — in fact a 
guaranteed .recipe. Our 



Dry Hopper Food 

.\-k \i.iir neighbor about 
il. lie lias heard of^-jlr if 
^ou Jli^avc nut. 



_ . - jiuMuv es ^aubjf tli 



Banncrman & Home 

Broad and Johnson 

l'l;onc .\Hy 



The prudent man who hwlie\es In 
; til*olng«^4i4»— Inveattnents In fhose dls- 
Itricts where thp lending flnnm-iera of 
jilip world nr<r turning thplr jiflpntlon, 
i wtll drn w his own *'«m<'lus!oiiji from thp 
, fjict that .Ma.skn, where the "Ii holdlniS:.s 
I of the Amalgiimatpd Ppvplopniont 
"I'ompnny are sItuatPd, has during tlip 
past few wpp'k.s been visited pprsoiuill.v 
liy such Ipftder.s of the monp.\- mnr)<et 
. ns Jacob, Schlff, thp well-known .N'ew", 
iVork b.'inker; a rpprpsentatlvp of thp 
I ijiKjtfpnliPlms, iind other prominent 
; I fipltalists. ThpRp men n re not travel- 
! log for amusement only. * 



i Did Yoti Hear It? 

I yps we were at thp Komatio thprttrp 
iMondnv ev'Piiing and hpfird thp Wasb- 
lugLuu QuartPtte sing fhp "(.ardpn of 
Ro.ips," and wp liked It. we IlkPd it 
(so much that we wanted m<Te, boys, 
lic.iu are "•tingy." • 



2095 

Office 644 Fort Street 
,♦♦♦>>♦ ♦♦-■*-* ♦-♦-♦-«-♦-« ♦»«» ' < 

HOTEL 

STEWART 

SAN FRANCISCO 

Geary Street, above Union Square 

Ju»t oppoKite Hotel St. Francis 

European Plan $1.50 a day up 
Atnerican Plan $3.00 a day up 
A new steel and brick structure. 
Furnished at a cost of $200,000. 
Every . comfort and convenience. 
A high class hotel at very moder- 
ate rates. In the center of the the- 
atre and retail district. On car 
lines transferring to all pnrts of 
city. Omnibus meets all trains and 
steamer's. Elaborate booklet with 
spieridid map of San Francisco free 
on request. ' — 

HOTEL STEWART 



Have You Bought Cut 
Glass from Us? 

Our reasoij^op asking this tiucstioit ia tliat.allhousfli 
we do not pretend to Carry the largest stock, v.e tjo 
offer, at all times, the best values. 




REDFERN & SONS 

^_^GKXTS ■ 

foo^ Government Street ' Victoria, B.C. 



Almost New^ 



Motor Car Bargain 




/- .V Model 10, 4-cylin<UT Buick'^^\ntoinf)bile, 'carries foif?^ 
"passengers.- is. complete witli top, glass front, full sit-of head, 
'.side and tail lamps, with other ciiaipmenl. - • .___ 

This car has not ran over" 2;qoo miles. Cn-r <■] .^m.cxS:' 

Ow-ner will take .i^i,ooo.oo for it. Is in Ai shape. 



THOS. PLIMLEY 

1110 Government St. opposite spencer-. Victoria, B. C 



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Y.M. G. A. 

Temporary Quarters, 1209 Blanchard St. 

NEXT TO NEW BUILDING UNDER CONSTRUCTION 

Reading and Game Room.s— -Hot and Cold Shower Baths- 
Men's and Boy's Summer Camps— Summer Membership 

50c per month 



IF YOU WANT A GOOD HOME 

At n if.w flirure and Qn easy terms see new six-room house, situated on 
l.)aviP Btre.'t, near Fort street. Concrete foundation, double tloor and 
walls: oak muntel. cellar floored; modern conveniences, etc. 

MOORE & WHITTINGTON. 865 Vatcs SI. 

l.unil..M- Ui-airrs iind niunufact ur ers 



V«> &VJB11M*, MtkBb, Ooora, and 



wt mUtUUmg auwrUl. •• to 



The Taylor Mill Co. 

M»l«e« ZOAMlMy. 
urn. Offloe ana Tar*i: tlH Oovernment St.. P. O. Box •!%. Telephone 511 



Another Shipment of 

Centaur Wheels 

Have Just Arrived 



— AT— 



Harris & Smith 

1220 Broed Street 
'Phone L183 



Compare 

These Prices in 
Groceries 



Qnullty and fiHtiistariii.n al- 
ways guaranteed our customer.s. 

B. C. Cream, large tip, per tin, 

.lOo 

Sugar, -d n» .sack, per sack. $1.15' 
Royal Household Flour, ppr sm k 

. ■;$2.oo 

Rolled Oats, per sack 35c 

Jelly Powders, 4 for • 25c 

Butter Puff Biscuit, halt' p.iun.l 
P^i.-kiiR-^ 20c 



A. Pool. Grocery 



,^^-;tu 



I'li'iue .4.4<S 



To Contractors 
and Builders 

STEEL 
JOISTS 

"We have In stock the following 
Scotch steel jolate; 

15x5x42. 

12xf,x<t2. 
Sx.'Sxn. 

Immediate delivery or shlpmonk 
as desired. 



VictorlaMacliinery Depot 




tj. B. I roquo lj " fa W H H d ya vvn Tf. 

Seattle route until further notice. 



New Buppty ■of'TiVneral niirnhers of I 
the Sphero, Illustrfitod London News 
and (rrtipiilr, Jitst rorpUnd by the Vic- , 
torla Bo(.k and Stationery Co. Ltd.; 
These are all out uf print In Knglaml'^ 
now. " 

Early Shipmertt~oT N-ev/ Bed Com- ; 
forter* nt prlrrs and. fiiinlitles which' 
will nst.inlsh and plffiso vou. .Prices , 
Sl.On. 11.25 nnd up to »4.Tr.. noMir--; 
son's Cash Store, fi42 ■\'ntes .itmM. • 

Excurtioni amf)ng tlip Oulf Islands 
\\'rdnf>sda> s and Snturdavs. Now Is 
th<» time to s<»e theso lieautlful Islnnds. 
Tho novelty of this (rip riintiot hf ex- 
(flled In nny pari of the world. Takp 
v. * H. train connef tlnR with the 
■iteem'^r at .Sldnoy. Far Xur-th^r In- 
formation telephone Ml. • 

.S. S. ^ronuols Is withdrawn from 
Seattle roui« until further notice. • 



II 



B&K 

Rolled Oats 

ALONE make a satisfying, wholesome 
breakfast. They arafarcheaper than 
ordinary breakfast oats the flavor 
is really delicious. 

Big 35c. Sack 

We print tho Initials " B & K " in 
red on every sack for your protec- 
tion. Serve for breakfast to-morrow. 




i 



Smoke has no 
effect upon 
Nalthoid Roofii\|g 

Sulphur fumes around arndtiog 
plants, cat up • metal roof in 
ihort order, and very few other 
materials cm withitand the ■t« 
tacit. Malthoid Roofing does 
the business. Ervgin^ers and 
owners of property in districts 
affected by these fumes will save 
money by looking carefully into 
the merit.* of Makhovd. Write 
for special h'^oklet. 

R. ANGUS 
Agent , WKarf St., Victoria 



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! OUR PLUMBING WORK RESTS 

.III .1 thnrougli knowlf'dKe of the work 
! and upon our rule to do our b.-'St with 
rvfry order weTrndertaUe. 

WHEN, WE ESTIMATE 
I ,-n the cosit.of chanRlnR your old bnth- 
' room Into a hnndsome, SHultary one, 
; you'll be .'(urprlscd to find that our 
I tlKures will not exceed' those of any, 
'thoii.Kh our work is admittedly 



Most Economical. 



No Hulls. 



The Colbert Plumbing & 
Heating Co., Ltd. 



Advertise in THE COLOf^lSTj rse Brou»hton street phone B61 




l'(iii),jee silks, China silks, 

Japanese silks. All colors 4rc 

shown and lowest prices 

Lee Dye & Co. 

Next to Fire Hall 
Cormorant dt. and 70T Fori ««* 

^i^MMHIMMMaaMlMMHirtiiSH 



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iw ttf). ii .jii>^i-..ij-..J!;i ' j i i.i.i.i- ■ 



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As a "Night Cap 



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Goes good on a chilly evening 
and prevents many a severe 
/illness. Old folks especially 
need something of this kind 
and they should have it to in- 
duce sound, refreshing sleep 

OUR FINE OLD 

PO R T S, SHERRIES, 

CLARETS, ETC., ARE 

_ P LEAS IHjG^ MANY__ 



{ ItEWS OF THE CITY 

N»vy F»pm»r«' District, 
At yesterday'b meeting of the, pro- 
vlfcclal »x«cutlve an order was pass- 
ed constituting the Nicola, Valley Ag- 
ricultural and Horticultural foclety. 
Thfr South. KootecuBy Farmers Instl- 
tue district has been constituted to in- 
clude Ponde Rlelle and the adjacent 
territory. 

Had Enjoyiibl* Ootinij. 

The Kueals or the Commercial hotel, 
Douglas street, and their friends drove 
out to Florence Lake last Sunday lor 

their annual picnic. J**»t^*'i' ii''°'^^i 
etc., was thp order of the day, and 
everyone taking i)url thf>'-«"»h\>'./"- 
joyed themselves. Thanks are due tu 
Mr Taylor,- of Florence Lake, for a.1- 
lowing the use of his grounds. 



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OF 



'T'V- 



FAMILIES IN VICTO- 
RIA 

This beautifulcity has long been* renowned for its hos- 
pitable hoste&se.s. Doubtless you Ukc tg have something in 
the house-^m---the welcome, but uninvited guest -^ -^ 

PLEASED TO HAVE YOU TELEPHONE YOUR 

ORDER 



Tel. 1974 



CAPITAL CITY WINE CO.^ 

1327 Douglas Street Cor. Johnson 



Appeal to Govsrnment. 

TAppoaTs have VyecMi" niade to the"^ 



Provincial Kov- 
ernmeru\igaViiyt cU-rlalons of the muni- 
cipal council i.r South Vtuicoiivcr in 



cciilive ci'uncH'oi: the 
e 

reapi-ct to'cc-rtaln sub-divlaioivB 
resentativt's of the iUipcaUng puriii-.M 
and the rauniclpiiUty will J)f 
before the cxeculiv.- til a n\eeting to be 
held»on-the 19th Ipst. 



AMOSEWENTS 

PantagM Awatsur Night. 
Tonight and the "lialance of the week 
at the PaulAgeH, local amateur contests 
tor cash S^es will be a b^g addition 
to the present oije hour ten cent show. 
Professional vaudeville, amateur vau- 
deville and four thousand. feet of mov- 
ing ulcluF«» »U im- a dime Is giving big 
measure in the amusement market and 
Ihe added fun consequi^rrt to the Vau- 
deville contest each night luclu4ing 
Satuirday aiiould more than test the 
capacity of the Johnson street theatre 
at each performa nce. 

Popular Revivals. 
The announcement „by Manager 

I Denharn, that the Ni^tional Opera com- ^ 

' nanv headed by Aida'liemml. Jl»mes iiavlhg finished their work 

latevens, Frank Prel«ch, KUa Croixm^j,^,.^^ j^y school, have not y»^t re- 

' Seabrooke. Churlea Courlnre, " George ] ^.^.j^.^^j it,,^,r jtioney,, were aired at last 

Kunkle A+. -i^^kiis aml_a liuiituf UUliU-j eight's regular -meeting of -the- HCUeyi 

liu- operatic artlat.s, will hi' seen ut the j (j^^^^j Complaint was also made by 



That can only be perfected with a 
good, reliaible - eooklnf apparatus. 
Buch as the famoua Moffat Co.'s. 



Some Firms Engage/i on 
School Structures Get Too^ 
MjLich While Others Claim 
Their Payments Overdue 



eomplalnts from contractors who. 



Rep 

irlie 
heanl 




mmmm 



Is an Art 



CANADA RANGE 



We invite all VlctorVan housewives 
to Inspect these unijlyaU^d cooker* 
and bakers. Prices |B0 to |7a 



To Destroy Piggeries 



Victoria tlieairo next M.mJay ami 
Tue.sdav evenings, will doubtle.ss ut- 
tiHct n'lore than ordinary attention 
lif.iri the betier cIkmb of music loving 
patrons of tlie opera. "The Bohemian 
Girl" la one of tlie nio.st popular com- 
|H)«itlona ever wriUen, and at the 

, Llose of the Natttnuil Opera company s 
^rseasdn'.'^sotne-tjf the artists who wHl 

' ■ the Victoria ^v--^'- 



DRAKE .HARDWARE CO. 

Cor, Gov«emm(ent Street 




with in every respect 



■ Open 8 a. m. to lo p. m. daily 

More New Goods 

We have now added to our stock a new shipment of 

Tabic Covers, Afternoon Tea Covers, 



Government Appointments. 



, Northwest, and they have more than 
fulfilled every promise made by thp 
I jnutiagemcnt. The chorus of the coro- 
AinoiiK aiip'iinlmi'iils ratiue'l at ,yefl-.4_ 
terdav's session of the Provincial ex 
eculive were those of Mr. (.»eorge y • |^opera conipan 

K Carter, as district registrar of the , J-^„-l|^^,g ..'j-he Mil<ado."-_naiiL enjoying a 
Supreme court and registrar of the i^jj^hiv successful revival in New York, 
- Cranl>rook; ^'f- I will be welcomed in Victoria, where 
'tTiV a.utht.rs-'have multitude of admir- 
eTs — The ^sale of seals begins -at 10 



jnutiagemcnt. 1 ne cnorus <u inc ti.»..- 
^"-Ipany is a v±iry *iri)nB feMure,Jimi_iva8. 
if-irriicr^iitred. from the best singers tf^tw^p, 
^ • ..onera companies. GlTbert & Sullivan's 



Counlv court of . , i„ ; 

William Kler as provlnnal constable- 
at Duncans r fttr. ^^^otttt'r» M*<3i#«an-a^ 
clerk in the government office at t-ran 



bn.oke, and Mr. Noel \\ aUlnfier fH^u^^jUtd f.T both evenlugs, 
Cranbrook. as mining recordei' for the 
Kiift Steele mining district. 

DIES SUDDEI^LY 

President of Portland Trust Company 

Succumbs to Heart Failure 

While Visiting City 



m. Friday, August lli. Seats can be 




Se- 



nenj. Issac Cohen, president of the 
Portland Trust company. <^led at th^e 
St. Joseph's hospital last night oi 
heart trouble. The late Mr. Cohen 
WHS a visitor here, with his wife, at 
the Empress hotel, from Portland Ore., 
and was taken suddenly ill about four 
days ago. The reritams will he em- 
balmed and shipped by th'^^,^ "%^»f ''' 
Cnderlaklng omMJunv to Portland to- 
day, where they wil l be In terred. ^ 

CQfJSER7ATiV;E PICNIc' ^ 

Committee Concludes Arrangemeits, 

For Affair at Sidney Saturday-—; 

Half Holiday to, Clear Park 

TUo conimiti^ee having the a'-'-''''f <';. 
meats for the Conservative picnic hi v* 

arranged the prl/.os for ■•''\\'^: ^ZVs\rl 
Sidney on .Saturday nest. The pri/es sre 
on view in the windows of Henry Young, 
Government strf'et. The sports wl I 
commence immedintely on the fltrr4\ Ql^ot 
the 1-30 train at Sidney, the first portion 
hoing concluded at 4 p. m. The Premietf 
and .several of the ministers w411 then 
deliver addre»8e.s. After, the addresses 
are finished, the balance of the sports 
will be carritHj out. Arrangements h»v«i 
been made with restaurants at Sldneyvto 
provide ample a'ccommodallon for thi)S«j 
who attend the picnic, The merchajits 
of .«!ldnoy have declared a balf-holl(S«3r 
today to fix up the Sidney park for the 
accoinmodatlon of the visitors.^ -Kv«-y-, 
thing points to there being a big <Vd%vd 
and the Victoria and Sidney railway hftvs 
arranged a splendid service, trains leav- 
ing ih 8 a. m., n-a. m. and 1:80 p. m., -re- 
turning at 5:30 and 8:S0. The Victoria 
brass band and the Pipers' band wl'lb 
play several selections before leaving the 
city on Saturday. 



EXAMINING PROPERTIES 



AT THE CITY HOTELS 

At the Empress — 

Mrs. U. B. Powell. AV. E. Bering, 
atlle; AV. C. Fllzgcr%ld and wife, Chi- 
cago; Ray W. Jones. Seattle; Wm. AV- 
worth, Ed'w. L^mb. Duluili; II. W. Fra- 
ser Vancouver; Mrs. Grldley, Miss 
Pearl Gridley, Mrs, O. J. .Whitloy. Miss 
E Whitley, Evanston; Fred Parker and 
wife, Chicago: J. W. Sinclair, L. Wed- 
man Toronto; >Iarry Hoffman, England; 
Mr and Mrs. G. H. Porden, Miss Bor- 
den, Eiigiandt J. A. Conke/, Vancouv.er; 
A B Judd. Leon Seymour, J. J. Rob- 
erts, Vancouver; J. R. t^reenfleld, George 
H Clark, Ottawa! B. J. Painter, C. AV. 
Preston. Walla Walla; Mr. and Mrs, 
Hard-wick, England; C. J. Colllnson, Ed- 
monton; MIsH U J. McCrltchon, To- 
ronto?.-R. B. S!aOgljt«r, Chicago; J. W. 
Moore,jElngUmd; Mr .\lcMeton, Miss Mc- 
Mefon. Tacoma; Dr.. Fuller and family, 
New York! J. D. Swanspn and family, 
Kfimloops; Mfs. t^nd Miss Uendersoii. 
San FraKioisco;; MiSf'-s E. J. and C A\ . 
Willlamsvni CaBi.>aTi.i Mrs. Desborougli. 
England': Sir AViti. Malion. I.ady Mahon, 
Ireland; J. P. S. .Hudson, Ottawa; Mrs. 
u. Sutherland, Winnipeg. 

At the Xing EAward — 

A. F. Jji.rcu, W. -tuniison; S., ^Ul-llvj^n, 
A Wolmpner, A'ancouver; 6.' W, Kemp, 
.San Francisco; . F. ■ W. Elsehbcs, J. 
AVetherford, P. O. Carty, A. McLellan. H, 
T Oldfleid, POJt Towhseiid; E. P. Saun- , 
dei-s, Mrs. Saiinders, Coldstream; Lib- 
ford, lian Peters. Lincoln, Neb.; C;~ .-h- 
•Stafford. Los Angeles; Fialph Rowland, 
Milwaukee; W. B. Weston, San -Fran- 
cisco; G. W. C. Hndley, Mrs.' Hadle.^', 
Seattle,- T. C ri'l^nrnlng, A'ancouver; J, 
T H. McKay, Mr«. McKay, Toronto; 
Miss F. Ciimphp.n.' Calgary; Miss M.->^. 
Maekay.'^Bost' ' harman, S. Rich- 

ardson", E. T Vancouver; Miss 

V Price,, St. Joe, Mo.; John H. Price, 
Mrs. J. il. Price, St. Joe; Dr. C..E. Row- 
land New York; G. A, Irocey, G. W. 
Halghler, Vancouver; W. H. Coke, New 
York F. J. Bltjencotirt, Saanlch; F. C. 
Llody, A'ancouver; Miss A. S. DiasseJUs. 



James A. Moore Having Charlotte 

Islands Coal Measures Tested 

by Experts 



Now Orleaiw; M. K. Hill. Mrs. M. E. Hill 
A'ancoin'Br: -£>::;&• C-aropbell, Los Ange- 
le*;-Hf. G. MacMlllan." Vancouve-; Mrs. 
F 's Bradshaw, Chicago; M. M. feted- 
man. Chicago: Mr«. N. Chapman. Mtss 
A L Chajjman. St. Louis; F. •H;.BoI- 
som. Seattle; c P. A\niianis. PrancolB 



some of the board members at the lack 
of system under which some of the 
payments had been made. V'nder some 
of the contracts providing that 
twenty-five per cent, of the contract 
money -Bh«Hj4d^be-xcaaimiil .uulll, the 
architect gave a certificate that tlic 
work had been satisfactorily doiie. 
practically all the money hud been 
paid over. In other cases where the 

vvork-.has. been doji,e fi>r a ""intli 

money due the cdntracturs had not 
been paid because Of delay in the 
granling of the architefjfs certificate, 
though so far as the trustees could 
see therovvas rfo j-easomrlty-thfr eon- 
tractors should not have been paid in 

full. - ,. ^ 

Then there is trouble with the Can- 
adian Buffal:. Forage Comijany, which 
iJad tbo- ..con tra-ct tp:instal the heating 
system In the George Jay school. The , 
compafiy Tias .written the Vward ask- ; 
Ing for an additional twenty-five per. 
cent, of the contract price. The com- | 
pany has already been paid fifty per j 
cent, of Uie. money. Tho twenty -fivu, 
per cent, the company claims is much . 
overdue. Tiut against the cl»lm of j 
th(^ company corftes the ro<iueSt of 1 
Parfitt Bros., contractors, who did 
worlt for the company on a sub-f-oii- j 
tract. They a sir that as they have not , 
Vet received their money TfTmr; the 
company -tlie-ljoard should ho'tl back. : 
the monev due the company until their j 
claim is >irst settled. The Pacific) 
Sheet Metal Comjiany also wants , 
money for extras done under the com- j 
pany's contract. As the architect has . 
not yet given hia certificate iliat tlio j 
contract a-ivardcd the I'iUiadlan... Buf- ; 
falo Forage t.'ompany has been saas- I 
faciorlly carried out the board wiltj 
make no payments. ! 

Superintendent Paul .xecommeiuled 
that the Hillslile school be closed as , 
a graded school, and the Chinese clr^ss j 
now In the Flsguard school be tac.ns- { 
ferred to the former, the latter being 
closed, thus permitting of a saving in 
the amotmt of rent now being paid by 
the board. Seven roorris will be open- 
ed In the new C.eorge Jay school, and 
the Spring Uldge school will be used 
for' primary classes. Those now; at 
the Hillside school will be transferred 
to the North Ward and Spring Ridge 
schools. Three primary and one in- 
termediate classes will bo installed at 1 
the new Moss street school, and the I 
higher grtide scholans in that section 
of the city will c(mtlnue to, attend th'^ 
South I'ark si^hool. , i 

This suggestion of the superintend- | 
ont will be adopted at the opening of 
the new term, and' wHl remain in, 
force temporarily at least. - •- 

Trustee Riddell, chairman of die 
building- and grounds committee, re- , 
ported that the necessary work of re- j 
pairs toeing done at the various 
schools Is well under way, and will bo 
finished on time. Plans 'of the neces- 1 
iBary grading work to be done at tha ^ 
Moss street school will be prepared 
and tenders for the work called. The 
building and grounds committee will 
report on the advlsablUty of replac- 
ing the existing double desks in the 
first and second divisions of Boy.s' 
fUmtral school with single desks, and 
the painting and cleaiilng of several 
of the rooms. The Kame committee 
win consider the increasing of jiie ac- 
commodation at "the Illgh .school 
where, according to Mr. S, J. Willis^ 
prlnctpai.-two uwre rooms fire ui^ent- 
ly Tequlred. 



6o8*Yatp8 Street 




Nothing Better 

-Nothingrmore. reas^natrleiii price thanUhefGroceries 



The Arvli-Combinc Store 



At the. corner of. Fortiandl^Broad Streets. Opposite | 
the'^newfiTimes Btuildi.»ng. We»guai:anteeao . 
savie yottiijnoncy ' ,'*'' 

CALGARY. RISTNG-SlXKHIBREAD^FLOUai, _ 

Per sack' .'. .■••■> -. • • ..-..- .$1.75 

CHR'ER'S^'.LivMOXADE POWDER, pciripkt 15<^ 
CHIVER'S Pi\TF;^'T CUSTARD OR. BLANC,' 

MANGE. i*<^i^ pki -- . •■• ' •♦•— • • -^^^ 

CANADA FDv^ST CREAM, kirge 20-oz--can.,. tO^ 
IXDEPENDE.^'T-CRE^AMERY BUTTjER, 

\ 3 lbs. for . . ... ... ■•• • •- ••• • • •«^-*-•"" 

CALIFORNL^ SUIITANA RAISINS, very nice. 

I\'r packet ^. .^ - ..••••> :...5^ 

DADDY'S SAUCE. 2-bottle& for r. . . • .-. .25^ 

ANTI-COMBINE TEA. in lead packets. 3 Ibs^l.OO 

TI' TLEY'S LOOvSETEA, 4 lbs. for .$1.00 

CHIVER'SOUD COUNTRY MARMALAD;E, 
■ i-lb, glass jan, . . . ., 15^ 

Patro&iize<rthe Store of tlic People 



Copas & Young 

'J^HE AN\TI-COMBINE GROCERS • 
Corner»iFort-an<l Broad Streets . 
Phones 94ia.nd 95. Quick Delivery. Phones-94 and 95. 



Jamen A. Moore, of Seattle, president 

j of the" Western Ste^l corporation. Is Lake, 

having hia_xeccntly acquired coal n.ca- Dominion— 

sures on Queen Charlotte Islands At the Bommion 

thorouRhlv looked Into with the object S. L. Halms. J. IV Halms, J. R^-B»'»- 

in Xw of uHirring it In the makn.g. of try, PhUadelpbio; a McDonald. Prlno* 
coke for steel works which he (.bins to<.n«uptrt; O. K. Bfluer, Madison 



Delegates from the board will at- 
tend the forthcoming annual s^esslon 
of the 3. C. school Trustees Associa- 
tion^ -te-%e^*eld at Kelowna on Sep- 
tember 13. H and 15. 



THE MAHS 



»••> 



A RUACE FOR THE 
CONVALESCENT 

pUunted only 70 miles from the 
Coast amid unsurpassed scen- 
ery. "VVrlte for descriptive book- 
let and rates 

St. Alice Hotel 

Harrison Hot Springs, B.C. 



Give Yflmr Shoes A Chance 

C>on't neglect them-— don't destroy 
the natural toughness of the leather 
vith poor or harmful dressings. 

Feed the leather— soften it— protect 
It — preserve it with 

PACKARD'S 

Shoe Dressings. 

-Forty kinds;,for every kind and color 
of shoe Here are a fev— 

Men Ami (winter. 
^^^^^ proof) 100 Tins. 

White "O" 

I0c16c&75ceiz*«. 

White Liquid 

10c & 26c Bottl»«. 
Combi.iBtionf Bl«cll 
and Tun) 
15c nod 25c 6lx»«. 
Putent L»«tl>«r 
Cream 
)5c and 26c J«rB. 

UuU—' 8p«Cl«t (8«lf Pollthlng), 25c BotU««. 
AT A«X DEAUEKS' 



There's nn reason why you 
siKMililn't ha\'e the use and en- 
joyment of your Columbia 
Crraphophonc while you are pay- 
ing for It — same n» you do h 
house. Best busineps In the coun- 
try is dotm oi» that tiasls. and 
were're doing our share. 
Talk" over lermfi whenever y.n 
are ready, nfeady now! 



Fletcher Bros. 

Music Dc-ilers, Gov't street 



lo"ate somewhere in the province 

Mr Monre has becr\: working on the 
steel proposition for many years. Tie 
acoulrfid Iron properties on the west 
coast Of Vancouver Island and on Tex- 
ada Island, atid more recently coal mea- 
sures on the Queen Charlotte Islands. 
\t first all his energies were, devoted 
in the building up of the steal works 
which he has in view at, Seattle, with 
the iron smelter at Irondale, near I'ort 
Townsend as a feeder for li. The smel- 
ter Is at the present rime turntng out 
about eighty tons a day. but the ca- 
pacity, according to Air. Moore, Is to be 
Increased at one to nboiM 800 tons a day. 
The acquisition of added capital a few 
ycar.s ago and the development: of the 
demand for steel apil Iron In. this coiin- 
try led him some montlw ago to tu'rn hLs^ 
attention to the question of erecting 
works on thl-^ -i'l" "<' "'" bi,.' ah hu.iII- 
lary lo ilio.^v ishlng- 



The appointment of a truanT"cifflcer "Wednesday 7 p. m 



IN THE POLICE COURT 



Two 



People Charged With Leaving 
Vehicles in Street Beyond 
"■ Prescribed Time 



.Mr, 
and 



MON AMI 



The Empire Typewriter is the 
cheapest and best machine of the day. 
Victoria Book & .Stationery Co., Limit- 
ed, agent^. 

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v-YT-h«w«ind Island*.— -Next Sunday 
the S. S. InxiuolR will make one ■ of 
those delightful trips among Ihe Hulf 
I l.xlands, st'ipplng one hovir at MnTne, 
: ntid returning via the plcturesntie 
''. i'ciider Canal I'lcnkr parties can 
; bring their baskets and lunch under' 
1 (he tre.'S Take V. & S. train leaving « as 
i Victoria H.45 a. m. Kefreshmenta and 
(music on board.. PV>r further Infor- 
i niHtlon telephone mi. * 



H Wilson of,;B. Wilson & Co., 
.Mr. .). E. , Pooley pleaded guilty 
to leaving vehicles stand ing- i n front 
of Mesti>n"s carriage works on Rroiid 
street bevond the tiiiie permitted by 
bylaw but were disirnfised'-Wttlfmit- 
penalty, as, the cases were the first 
under the hew bylaw.. Acting Magl.«i- 
trate Prliir had doubt as to th^cor- 
rectnt'ss of Che prosecution's method, 
lie believed a- proH. . I i,;i nilght Ho 
Mgain.«it ex-Aldermni i i as he hiid 

placed the vehicles (iiitiir slfcGX tVlTnT 
(Oinniltted to Mn care although he had 
iihtified the owners. 

Frank Masters a' boy who drives a 
biikerVwagon was fined ?.". for leaving, 
his h>u-se unhitched. AV, tf. Spaulding 
charged with driving a motor 
. ycie iir()und RcBcOn Hill track on 
Saturday aftcnionn in thrcf minutes 
end ten seconds, above the speed' limit 
lind to the common danger. The ch.se 



r, G. 

Bawsen and wife, Vancouver; K ,Ka,w, 
Beglnft; Mrs. ThoB. A. Pratt and daugh- 
ter, Elgin: W.F.'Wooabffflge:, Seattle: 
F. G. liaKar. rfah Francisco; A. F. 
rietchcr. Seattle; F. Uamsey, A. Rob- 
ertson, l^aura Bobprtson; Buckle, Wash- 
ington; Mr.l. S. If. T'ratt. Vashon,..ni8.; 
Mrs A. \V. Drpry. ' Archite, Kan.; Miss 
M. McDonald. TorfWifo; MISw R. M. Mc- 
Donald, Toronto; Mis. ' Morrl.l. 
Gladys .R. Morris, ^atii. .Mibrey 
Knoff R. M^. " Ato»:rlB. Seattle; H. D. 
Beryl, Kallspell, Mont.; B. M. Flit. • U. 
G S^lone, T. M. I'SV^'rence, Seattle; I-ew 
Bowltis, Bllla l^erguson. Daisy Adams. 
,^eattle; Max Duncan, N. A. McKInnon, 
Ilazelton; W. GrUrson, Moosojaw: .1. 
HerineBSV. T.^tem Rlver^ -A; -^M4mj:o^ Sid- 
n»w-; Cr. U. L,aw*on,— Medicine Hat: .lor 
TOtm- Brown, Vancouver; D, Plnskctt, 
DuncaiK Frank K.Ch««tnut, aeattle; M, 
Maflson,-^3ort.>. Island; H. W. Hus. Se- 
attle 'May Mct)..mild. Vancouver; F. L. 
I.eur'ey, San Francisco; D. R. t^rf'wrie. 
Toronto; Tf. W. Wnlsh, wife and ehlU 
dren, N. 
At tlie'victorla— • 

H. .M.>r^'an. .N'auiilnin . K. ''" ^i''- 

cwiver; Br-Arrkwilght^ JamCa ilewa. AH. 
Brown, Seat tie; J. Snider, Calgary; K, 
Thompson, Mooscja^w; Miss H. Fcrrl.M, 
Minneapolis; Mrs. Sh-lirrTittrger and 



Varoouver and Eastern Cianada I 
Close daily at 1.45 p. m. and 11 p. m. 
--Da«-ilaily ?-*^ P- "'• »^"^ '' -P- "^' 
:^~—~ United Kinfldom 

Close'^Tuesday. Thursday and Fri- 
day. 11 P- m; parcel- post Frlfiay, .9 

p. m. „ J . .^ 

Due Monday and--TueBda;^, 1,^. m.; 



was l?ft over until the return of th:j 
chairman of fhe board, Mr. ,George 
3ay, There have Wen a number of 
applications reci'eived for the position. 
It is the dcslria of the board that the 
offline of pirobatloh officer may be 
corrblned with that of truant officer. 
On ihe suggestion of, Trustee Rid- 
dell, Mr. Rus.^ell, who officiated as 
acting principal of the High school 
during the absence <.f the prin^pal, 
Mr. S. J. Willi.*!," and-*wiTOse work was 
excellently done, will be grented JUS 
lb recognition of his work. 

W. K. Robinson wa^ appointed com- 
mercial teacher for the. High 8cho<d 
at a salary of $100 per month, and 
Messrs. Spouse and WIlby' were ao- 
pointed ih the teaching stat at .-sal- 
aries of J90 and $70 respectively. 

Owing- fd tTie fttcr that the TantlOr 
of the Hillside school, which the board 
Intends closin.T had not been Inform- 
ed that he was not on the salary ll.st 
bis claim for s.alaVy foi- ,Tuly will be 
recognized -md the. amount paid »hlni. 
In the absence of Tnisteo Jay, Mrs. 
.Tenkins occupied the chair, other incm- 

tces.Rldde.l, McNeil,. Xvlclntosh, St^n"- 
!,' nd and 8uperlntr>hdent Paul. 



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Cheap reading for canu'cis and 
others; We tire clearing a I'lt^^of our 
-7Bc copyright novels at 2Sc each, 
five for $1.00. Victoria Himk *i;" Sta- 
tionery i;o., Limited. 



Wanted impils for embroidery. Work 
of all kinds, -Mrs. E. Claudlo. 81. 1 
LJroughton Street * 



was nmamied till Friday for addltion- 
nl wltne.s«e.«, the defcildanf taking ex- 
ception to the third, iharg'', 

ZiH> M: f ''rrb'Mly -w+i-^ released on .sus- 
pended scuTence on a cbarKo of fre- 
quenting a Chatham slr-^'frt resort. She 
was rleportcil to Seattb- y.-.stcrday af- 
ternoon. 



AdverUse in THE COLONIST 



daughter. West Mberty, O.; Mrs. Hohert 
Jloustun, MlnJieap.oUs; C. G. <'lark, 
Cross Fork, T'a.; M. Kennedy, Fores!, 
'5nt.r Geo.. Webster, MlUpnB.ell. il--- J- 
Beabrook, Vancouver; .lame!* Black, .Se- 
attle; A. Harris, Brandon; C. Morrison, 
Saskatoon; C. t>trBttori ^hd - wife,' Vftn^ 
c.duver; .r. Fletcher. Vnn^onver; H. Mc- 
Kay, rtiemalnus; c n.' 1 Ml'-- M 
.C.aixuiz-Jl. Vanc<>\i\'ei 
At the Balmoral — 

H. Bunting, Greenwood,- Br- -Cr;- II-. W. 
Broihwlck, Ashcrofl, B. ,C.; Cha,s, II. 
Celt, Jr., Vancouver; J. H, Haitth, .Se- 
attle; Mr. and Mrs.. Bradley pyne, ^R*n- 
iHh; Charles Lee,, Vancouver; W. Ches- 
tertleld, San pVancisco.;Jf. Boyntor, Los 
Ajigeles" W. A. pjmmlngs. Panta Bar- 
,i)ara; Mi*, nffd Mris. H.-T3lackhaffi, Cmn- 
liridge, ]5ng.; Mr.s. .Ins. Cnllaghan, Van- 
pouver; ,T. L. Parker, PrKhce Vtupcrt. 

At the Brnnswlc*— 

W. Abeructliy and wife, Mr». K. K, 
n.iden and waiighter., _ V.ancouver; <•. 
Downing. Kelowna; B. W. Thompson, 
Koofnny; T. W. tiproule, Sidney; 11. C 

M:irI>onald, I'lru'her. Alia.; 'i'l C. Cf. ash. 
,\aiic...uvcr, i, W- M"'^ youth UHl, 



Quartette On Street C,ir, 
The occupants <iC a Biuiili-bound 
Beacon Hill car were agreeably sur- 
prised one evening this week wlien 
ibev were entertained by a male f|uar- 
teii' -•' i'—<'-- '•" *'^"lr'-vvay to a so-. 
c4;», > I(,:luj.ty.jul<-B«a-^ 

(•,,,, ,i,,, ,,,,;.. .;. ;.,,.; since transpir- 
ed that it waa the pot)ular Wa8hlngti»n 
Qi,ftrt-t I.. ii(>w on the bills at tlic Ro- 
m:- !ire. 



Hove yon paid any- attention to the 
developrnept of the Katalla oil fields 
in Alaska as an oppo rtunity for In- 
\estmentTT7<V?* 'i'heW^ ^nin""On== Auld, 
Clwln &,McClarty. 518 Hastings street 
w^at, Vancouver, for information re- 
garding the operatTon of the .\mal- 
g^na4iid-.peveL6pment compn ny . 

McClnry'B famous Steel Ranges and 
Heating Stoves at Clarke (k Pearson's 
1813 Wbaff Street. 
Street, Victoria. 



near .TohnMi>n 



A reward of $IS has ui-iui otTnvd <:<><• 
tlie"T»crtlp of a large-lianlher Which 
hn^ been lurking In the woods ne.'jr 
the Biological station at Oeiiarlnre 
Bay. • Ifs the regulal' bounty and 
yoit grt-it when- you produce the scnip 
for ilie insiiic'-tli^n (if the government 
agent. ' 



China and Japan 1— 

Close July 15. 16, 25, 27, Aug. 1. 
Due July 14, 18. 19, 21, 28. Aug. 1. ^ 
Australia and New Zealand 

Close July 13. 15. 25. i 

Due July S6, 27, 29. j 

Honolulu 
Close July 15, 16, 22. Aug. B. [ 

Due July 10, 27, 29, Aug. 1. 
Franc« via Halifa < 
Close .Tuly JC, y.i. 'M. 
DawBon, Atlin, White Horse, Etc. 
, Clos«^ on Saturday at 1.4& p. m. 
Due. Uncertain. 

Stewart 

Clbso "Wednesday at 11 p. lu.; due on 

Monday- 

Prince Rupert, Port Simpson, Port 
Essington, Etc 

Close Tuesday, Tlunsday and Satur- 
day, lA6 p. m. 

Due Monday, Wednesday and, Frl- 

d**/- .... r» . 

Clayofluptanq Vyay Ports 

Close, 1st', "Ih, iDth, '.iOth uf each 

month. 

Due, -tth, 1-ih, ISth ami l^,Slh of each 

n\onth. 

Seattle and Eastern United States 
Close. 4.30 p. m. daily; duo 7 ;,. m. 

dally, eJtcept Sunday and 1 p. m. daily. 

Quatsino, Kyuquot and Beyond Clayo- 
quot 

Close 7th and 20th of each month. 
Due T^'tb .and 28th of each month. 
" Quatsino via Port Hardy 

( ■'lose .luly ■'-0, 26. 
Duo- .Tuly 19-. 28. 

ComoK, Cumberland, Etc. 

Close Tuesday, Thursday and Satur- 
day 8.30 a. m. 

Due Tuesday 12.10- :and Wednesday. 
Friday and Suivlay, 7 p. m. 

Sidney and V, & S. Point* 

<Ho9e dally except Sunday, 7 a. m. " 

Due daily except Sunday 7 p. m. 
Alberni 

Close 1st, 7th, U>th, 20lh of each 
month (by steamer) and by rail Mon- 
daS', Wednesday, Friday, 3.30 p. m. 
Nanaimo and E. A, N. Pointa 

Close dally, except Sunday 8.30 a. 
m.; 3.30 p. m. 

Due dally, except Sunday, 12.10 p. 
m . a nd 7 p. m. __^ _. ; --, ■ 

Subsorib* lor THE COLONIST 



BOYS BE 
INDEPENDENT 
MAKE MONEY 
BY CARRYING 
THE COLONIST 



If a boy wants to«earn his 
own money, The Colonist 
will help him do it. The Col- 
onist needs a few industrious 
boys as carriers. By deliv- 
ering The Colonist in the 
morning outside of school 
hours, a boy can earn his 
own money without associ- 
ating with undesirable com-* 
panions. The boy thus en- 
gaged is not the kind to get 
into trouble. This kind of 
boy is bound to win. The 
training that ht will get will 
be of inestimjflDlc value in 
later life, and through his 
work for The Colonist will 
help lay the foundation of a 
successful career and a use- 
lul citizenship. Boys that 
would like to carry The Col- 
-- -t will please make ap- 
plication at The Colonist 
Circulation Department. 



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Of The 
Better Kind 



That's the only sign we do, 
somftbing , H,tt«ix:Uv». and dis- 
tinctive, in all a sign ^that gets 
llic l,'ij«iiies8 



C. H. Tite & Co. 



T,ee Block. 



Phon* 2080 



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\ VICTTORIA DAILY COLONIST 



Thursday/August 11, 1910 



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Hot, crisp' toast made on the table.,. The 'making' of it 
acjils interest to the meal, and the eating'a new experience only,., 
possible with the electric method. ; , , 



SEE OUR WINDOW FOR LAUNCH SUPPLIES 



HINTON ELECTRIC CO., Ld. 



Government Street. 



Victoria, B.C. 




The Man at the Bat may 

be caught OUT on 

his third strike, 

but 

EDDY'S 

"SILENT" 

MATCHES 



NEVER FAfL m li^hi th.^ FIRST STRIKE. "As sure as the dawn of 

tomorrow" 

Sim-, '•■.irs ..! 1 \ ;i. li. ii' .■ luive brought Ed(l>'.^ Mati.'hos to tho 
ACME uf PERFECTION.. The fmnous "Silent.' 

Al.-o E(I(l.s's I'liiiiT Wooflehwaro, Kibrexvare, {'ails?, Tubs and W ,t.<h- 



Mitchell Bros., Selling Agents, Victoria and Vancouver 



Havergal Ladies' College 



TORONTO 



Principal, MISS KNOX 



RE-OPENS TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 13th 

Thoron.t^h education on modern lines. Preparation for honor 
niatricii l.'ition and other examinatio.n.s. Separate Junior School, 
Domesi •■ jiniient, gynYnasium, out-door- games, 

skating rink. and .swinimiug bath. 

For illustrated calendar and prospectus apply to the 
Bursar. 

R. MILLICHAMP, 

Hon. Secretary-Treasurer. 



Bwmmmmmmm 



University School 



FOR BOYS 



VICTORIA. B. C. 

^^ FOR BOYS 




Xmas Term Commences S^pt 



At 9:30 a.m. 

Eifteen Acres of Playing Fields 

in Spacious New Brick Building. 
Acconiniodation for 120 Borders. _ 
Chemical Laboratory: Organized Cadet Corps: Musketry In- 
struction: Football and Cricket: Gymnasium 
.TTul Indoor Rifle Rnnge. 
RECENT SUCCESSES AT McGILL AND R.M.C. 

WARDEN:' 
Rev. W. W. Bolton, M.A., Cambridge. 

— PRINCIPALS: 

R. V, Harvey, M.A., Camb., J. C. Barnacle, Esq., Lond. Un: ,'., 

assisted by a resident staff of University Men. 

T'^or Prospectus Apply the Bursar. 




mmmfSB- 



In Woman's Realm 



HEBE ANP T HjRL^.^ 

The Canadian school teachers who 
are. at present In London arc pleas- 
antly surpVised by the good manners 
of the employees they meet In llie 
Btorea and other puWtc places. If, oi> 
their return, the Manitoba teatheiH 
set tc» -wwrk to Improve the ihanners 
of their pupils an unintentional but 
none the less Important result of-tlielr 
visit will have buen attained, i Thut 
there t5 much to be desired In tht) 
mahnera and l)earlhg- of the HVcragu 
suU'Swonian in (.'anadlan cities Ls fre-" 
uucntly asKfitod, a.nd the most charlt- 
.able cannot deny that cheerful. wiU- 
hig- siM'vlce is not as common a.s it 
should be. This is a fauJt which Is 
very hard to remedy in grown up 
people. (HilldiH'ii, oji the contrary, 
may easily be tuught- to be courteous 
and the school where they first learn 
to meet strangers is the best rtainliig 
ground. ' ' 

The custom t+f Wearing mourning is 
dying out, but slowly. It Is true, the 
hcju'.N- .-ind unwhidesome veils and 
trimmings of crape, are no longer ne- 
le.ssurj-, but still women injure their 
.hciiitli and depress tlielr ."Spirits by 
weurfng costumes of black at a time, 
often, when there is the greffleVt" ue- 
niMUd on their strength and when 
tlicir duty to those anuind them dc- 
nijinds cheerfulness. 

'l"he purchase of mourning Involves 



15 cents per pound-^ls It any wonder Pcomplicated scheme any 



that the hardworking American dairx 
man, confronted by prohibitive pfjces 
on feed and labor, is casting fearful 
eyes at Siberia, and sighs when he 
thinks of the piissihlUtles of the 25,- 
000,000 cows In that remarkable land?" 
May we hope, ihnl when transiwrta- 
tion is improved that a supply of 
Siberian butter wnrnulRe "our house- 
k('eplng bills lighter? It seems strange 
that in Canada there should not be 
$\>od butter enough .for . all >VhO; nxxed 
it. But wc know tiiat there Is a 
Hcarclty not onlx <" our own prt)vlnce 
but in oliiers. 

.Tliat "There Is nothing new' under 
th .sun," has recently received fresh 
ctjnfirmation'. During recent yi^ars 
si;nitary authorities Imve safeguarded 
this cnnlintMit fntm the. plague by dc- 
atro.y.lp.f .. t.ho rats which rreuueiit the 
wharves and sewers. Still more re- 
cently mertkrttl men have made the 




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which maj' ojft'en be met at^ distance 
frorn Us cause. "' 

"It is silly and unjust to conclude If 
any li|Uch should occur that the j^r- 
tlcular exchange operator who-a*. meii 
In communicallon must be the delin- 
quent—the deliberate and frigid de- 
IhKiuent. And although the exhibitions 
trf temper which loo^many of the pub- 
lic allow themselves to manifest may 
be" received with apparent equanimity 
by the operator, we cannot .jloubt that 
1he>mVu8rTTffV(S" a^Xvisarfng efreiyc^; , 

it'Kor life at tli'e telephone exchanges 
Is neither a Quiet nor a pleasant ope. 
The work is trying, and puts a con- 
stant Mirain on the- -ftttention, while 
rigid self-control Is asxed for in any 
one who during long business houro 
has to enter u)>on Incessant dialogues 
with a'publlc that is generally in, a 
liurry. We hope that the publicity 
which has been given to the' matter 
may do something toward.^ ameliorat- 
ing the attitude of the public to tlio 



..discovery that by destroying rnos- tefephorie operators, and may help the 

I (lultoes malaria could be. robbed of public to rememijer that these opera- 
Its terroris, and- thnr tlnaK-and- other "tors are human beings and . not ma- 
inse(;ts were not only anno>ing, but ehlnes." " _^_-^,.-.- 

. dangerous. I 

I The Vedas claims tQ he the most 
ancient of religious writings and 
medical authorities In India have (lis- I 
covered In them prerrptTr^vhich if ob- 
served would, jiccording to modern 
ideas, prevent -the diseases which in 

1 that country afflict man and benst. 

I Those four are^ ouo:ed7 arid Tf Is^ad- " 

vised that they "should be translated 

Into the A-ernacular and Introdtu^Ml 



MISS CHAMBERS' EXHIBIT 

The exhibition of pictures by Miss 
\Vlnnifred i.'lmmbers at the Alexandra 
Club will be opened today'; It is a 
beautiful little ollection of oil paint- 
ings. There are landscapes from many 
tountrleH, both interesting and Vieau- 

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RACT FROM COLONIST LEADER OF AUGUST 10tH) 

"A preference for goods produced in •better" quality abroad doe« 
not indicate a lack of patriotism— but a demand for thoroughness 
whether imtls or pianofortes. , 

"There Ip no prejudice against Crtnada maue goods. 

"We should all be willing to contribute to h"i"e industries." 

A,t the WAITjT CyO. Music Store, 1004 Government street, ,l8 aa- 
creAm of Canadian, English and' 



sembled the very 
nianvi('acture. 

Side l)y side are 'Steinwiiy, .M.-ts m 
man & ' 'o. and Nordheimor saiiviiles. 



A m e r i can ,^ -pla-no.^ 



& Hamlin, Brlnsmead, Heintz- 



Call, criticise unci compare (me with another. You'll agree that 
the tianadian pianos., H(dnlznian it Co.. and Nordheimer, warrant the 
— world-wide- rei^resettlation- -they have- .secirredr -and-— —- 1''^"~ — 1 

YOU, YOU.RSELF BUYING ON^ IN PREFERENCE 
TO ANY OTHER — - 



tlful. 



It is, however, the faces ai 



surely dermind that by any artificial 
means we shall stimulate grief .for 
their loss. Yet this is what mourn- 
ing does. Is It not more fitting that 
at the time when sorrow is keenest 
no thought should be spared f'lr ih.ilj 
which we wear ? 

The excessive funeral expen.sea < 
which custom still forces uytun tlie 
poor as well as the rich might be! 
greatly" Tightened If only some one' 
wltli good sense and good feeling, as 
well as inlUience and position were to 
set a .-simple and fitting < :x;inip|e. | 

There is no single article of house- 
hold consumption, the high price of 
which Is felt so much as butter. Dry 
bread is seldom eaten except on com- 
pulsion. \\'hether as the domestic 
science teachers assert, butter is .re- [ 
quired to j^nake bread wholesome or 1 

not, it is certain it is needed to make' -I'v,. r ,, ., , , , ta ., 

^latable. Vet butter continues to ; oJ^r^uL ^cond:^;:^!:^:;,!,^;::;^;^ 
grow dearer month by month till it use of colored ice .reHm cones" and 
almost seems as if there were not ' thousands of these will be destroyed 
pasture laiid enough left in the world. ' Qr sent back to the manufacturers. The 

It will bo with a feeling of great cones are colored with coal-tur dyes, 
relief that housekeepers learn that In ' which are said to be harmful. The 
Siberia there Is practU-ally irnlimlted ' deeper the tint, of course, the more un- 
pasturage. An envious dairyman in ' wholesome the cones are Und the tend- 
the United States describes the coun- Pncy has been to use more dye each 



"Destroy the rat," the mole, the bor- 
ing beetl e." cut off their head.s, Oas- 
vins," 

"Bind' fast their mouths; let them 
not eat our barle.v; s<i guard ye twain 
our growing corn from danger." 

■■Hearken to me. lord of the female 
borer, lord of the female grub! Ye 
rough-toothed vermin." 

"What'er ye be, dwelling In the 
woods, and piercing, we crush and 
icangle all those piercing Insects. ■' 

The Ilea and mosijuito are among 
the piercing Insects. Most peoi)le be- 
lieve that the cerem<Vnlal law of Moses 
had a sound hygienic basis, and It is 
very wonderful that these stUl more 
ancient writings show that long imo 
men under;'-. ...1 the laws of he\Ith 
which scientists and physicians ave 
now engatre,; in <li.scoveilng. 



an expense at a time ^-hen there are ,„^^ ^.,^. ^^^,„^^^^^^^^ auu o.m.uu,.,- - - -. . , ...m. .'h.mh 

the smallest mean.s to meet it. Our jnuj the books on hvglene used in the f'gures of children l^»'^t, M'"'^^^ ''^'"j^„' 

dut.v to those who have gone doesjiot a,.ho,,i8 __ ■<■ .^ ._ ••_ ; ers loves best to paint. Sne nas 

■ ■ " "■ ■ '~" ' found her subjects in many places. 

and alwavs she shows that she has 
sympathy with the feelings and pur- 
.<.\ilis of the little ones, 

On a doorstep two girls are sharing 
their bread and milk: Barefo.Hed and 
poorly clad, there is yet nothing of 
sadness in their expression, and one 
can fancy that they are happy In each 
other's love. Another Htti? lassie Is 
, hugging a terrier almost too big for 
the small arms to hold. Near her is 
u l:erd boy seated on the ground a\ ith 
his goats around him, and a moon- 
light scene shows another piping from 
his seat in a tree to his Hock. A lit- 
tle bov iri the glow of the firelight 
watching his goldfish, p.uA two baby 
girls bending over a picture book are 
al.l repre.senta lions Of Eweet, happy i 
childhood. There are other .children's j 
portralts_aiid larger canvases ainong ] 
thtm one of a woman polishiug a I 
l)lece of pottery. The opportunity of 
seeing paintings, some of which have | 
been hung in the English galleries Is 
.not often afforded to the cili-''-ens of, 
"V Ictorla. . I 

All lover.H .if art .'-h^nld i/i.iKe a point 
of vUdting the small diavving room at 
the club some time during the next 
three days, which has I'cen turned Into 



Where Your Dollars Get 
the Most Groceries 



GOOD COOKING- APPLES, per box ?1.25 

GOLDEN DROP PLUMS, per crate .^1.00 

FRESH EASTERN EGGS, per dozen . -. . . .35^ 

^FANCY CREAMERY BUTTER. 3 lbs ... T'lpl.OO 

B. C. CREAM, per tin . 10^ 

The Saunders Grocery Co., Ltd. 

Phone 28 Yiinr Choice ai \'iinr I'ricc 561 Johnson Street 



try In this way as one: "Where the 
price of cows varies from $J to $4 per 



year 

The cones them.-ie|v>s, tmcolored. are 



I an Impromptu picture gallery for the 
occasion. The exhibits also include 



WE HAVE TO LAUGH 



when firsts t*'^^'i?*?>'®'^'' s^ t*^'^ 
market tell us to cut off a .small 
iiuantity becituse their families 
are "such small meat eaters." 
For we knoiv ontel they taste our 
meats they will never suffer 
from tiiat complaint again. Try 
UH with an order. Wouldn't you 
rather pay for meat than for med- 
icine? 

Island Veal -. . 15c 

Island Mutton . . ...■ 15c 

Uon.st Beef, 12',ir >' l .... 10c 



IDEAL MEAT MARKET 




620 VATHS ST 
PHONE 514 



Sicily, Italy and Frajice 

ver>' characteristic local sketches. 



head, where It only takes 19 pounds ""J ''"'>' ^I'^rmlesH. htrt-very conveni- | some charming "Interiors," views in 
of milk in the winter and 2'J pounds ' ''„• /" ""'" o^'p city the Ice . cream sieiiv. Italv and Frajice and some 
in the summer to produce a' pound of j ^°"1 *!ho«i ,"." ^'.I /" ^M ""T^ ""'^"^ 

"^^ir^Z: fniVTr ^"i ^''^'Z "' ^^^^r^ol^l ^'if,ldTef .s^^m'c^rea J^^'^ 
$20 a year and inferior labor is paid and It wilt .>e mUiStl bejter:tr--riTTrtTTr* 
at the rate of from $3 to $4 a year. 1 porters of cones buv^thosTXt 
where ice costs practically nothing. ' '.h'-^ are certain are wholesome 
where there is an abundance of rich ■•:, ' .,■:!.,.„■ " 



pasture land and cheap and plentiful 
fodder for the winter • months where 
the finest eating butter can be laid , 
down III ill.' markets of England at ■ 



UNBURN 

BLISTER S. 

SORE Feet. 



Part of the eijuipment M the Nelson 
Wigh school Is an excellent camera 
The enteri)rlse of the lirustees and the 
teachers of the tine Httle city of the 
Interior Is worthy of imitation. The 
moving picture .show which -is -looked 
upon with susplclpn may be, In ' the 
hands; of a skillful teacher turned to 
the host account. Especially Is this 
true in the teaching of geography and 
hl.stor.^-. When we come ' to thiitk of 
how very vague Is the, knowledge of 



Cholera in Russia 
^S-T^-PETERSBl'RG, Aug. 10.— Prof. 
Rey. of the medical faculty of the 
university, describes the present out- 
break of cholera In Russia as an Im- 
perial danger. He estimates th.'it the./, 
death list of 1910 already numbers 
BT,noo as compared with 28,000 In 1909 
and 19.000 In 1908. 



Tribute to Mayor Gaynor 

LONDON, Aug, 10.— The London 
newspapers print a full report of the 
attack on Mayor Gaynor. The Stan- 
dard, In an editorial, says; "Mayor 




, Gaynor ranks high in the class of 
distant countries whi h e\en the best, men who can 111 be spared from the 
informed of untravelled people possess,] world's work. The completion of his 
11 will be easily seen that pictures will I career is a matter of international Im- 
haye a great value not only In arous- i (lortance, and his loss would bo a cal- 
liig Interest but In giving Informa- j amity to his own country." 

tlon. The dreary pages of definitions,! ». 

the \nnk list of exports and imports, 
the short and uninteresting descrlp- 



Spain and Vatican 



Orange Marmalade 

A SCOTCH RECIPE 

Take the f;cnuine Se\)lle <^ )ranges^ citt them very thin.._aLtL4— ^ 
to every pound, of fruit add a pint of spring water, boil t<V 
gctlicr gently for three or four hours. When quite soft add 
•one .pound and a half of loaf sugar to every pound of fruit. 
Boilone hour 

SEVILLE ORANGES ' 

Small. late .■shipment just to hand, splendid juicy oranges 
the gx-MUiine bitter ones. Special today, per doz.. .15^ 



The West End Grocery Co., Ltd. 

Tels. 88 and 1761 1002 Government Street 



:aniBuk 



tlons of people and the map studV" 1 HOME, Aug, 10.— Cardinal Merry del 
which have hitherto formed material!^'"'- ""' I*!*!^"'' secretary ol .state, who 
.i for tho geography lesson would give : came to Rome for the anniversary of 



BRUNOT HALL 

SPOKANE 

A Boarding and Day School for Olrla. 

A church school whose aim is th« 
very best In Instructors and etiulpment- 
Cheerful, hoinellke, buildings; wJiolo- 
BOn)c climate; gymnasium, music hali; 
private M-.eatrlcal.H.. .Special features are 
the art studio, giving Instruction In 
different art branebes and the niu,slc de- 
partment with Its staff of foreign 
trained instructors. Certificate adniltH 
to Smith, Wellesloy and other eastorn 
colleges. For further Information, ad- 
dress, 

JULIA P. BAII.m', ITInrlpal, 

."^(inkn.ni , Wiislilrigton. 



place to represetitntlons of the life and 
work of the people and to panoramas 
of the scenery of the country. It would 
be a dull boy or glVl who with but 
little explanation would, not form a 
truthful conception of this world and 
Jts work.. 

If this is true of geography, It is 
even more so of history. To make the 
past live again Is a ttusk that takes the 

It 



the coronation of the pupe, left again 
some hours later for his surnmer resi- 
dence. The departure of the Cardinal 
is taken to Indicate that no devclop- 
ment8.jixe- expected In the controversy 
betweeri'the Vatican and the Spanish 
governiyent In tho Immediate future. 



Wheat At Experimental Farm. 
BRANDON, Ani.x. 1 0.— Wheat cutting 



f- ti? f* /, '^"^ hest teachers, ii | ,« .,„ ,,r„^ress at the experlmentul 
««^n„ -sJ^kJ.'''^ ''^^'' .thf the— real ; f.^^,,, „„„ ,he results of the plots Is re- 
lessons of history are Ihsi because of i n^j^rkahlv good considering the drv 
n failure to place action and events in I season on Mondav a vorv fine plot of 
\jf JV^'''\ sett ng. To remedy this , f,ill wheat Avas cut. The variety Is 

f fffoS ^'''' ^'*'*"1' ^^^'t'u^ ''^ ^''•' ''''"J Turkey lied and it Is a sniendld s'am- 
torlcal pageants, which have proved | 



(Trnfalgar Castle) 
WHITBY. ONT. 
CANADA. 



ONTARIO 
LADIES' 
COLLEGE °- •="' "^ "• 

PERFECT SURROUNniNOS 
rtLL COCHIIIIB 1» 

Literature Elocution 

Mutic Fine An* 

Houtehold Sciencet^(tisi^__..^. 

Splcnditl otir.inl?,iiian. Rb»«« moderate. 

waiTB THB rnrvcirAi, roR rALijinAn 
KlsV. J. J. HARK, r'h P. 

Wiilthv, Ont. 



so popular In England. The Passion 
j Play of (iberammergan Is another In- 
stance of the wonderful power of im- 
personation over both spectators and 
actors. 

While no pictures can take the place 
of living actors, history taught by their 
aid would not be the dead thing It 
too often Is. FYom King Alfred's time 
to our own, grear'-dWedB-- httve -l)*en 



pie, ab(tut perfect In color. This Is the 
first really comidete success made at 
the farm here In growing full whent 
and .much Inipoi'tancc \n u\\:\'-\\'-<\ to 

the fact. 



7A^»JHEATRE 



EMPRESS THEATRE 



TWO WIOHTS 

Monday and Tuesday, Aug. 15 and 16. 

THE WATIOHTAI. OPEBA CO. 

Presenting 

"Tbe Bohemian Olrl," Monday Evening 

"The Mikado,"" Tuesd&y Evening. 



Prices— -25c. .BOc, THc ti.oo, ji. 
Seat sale opens Friday. Auffyst 12. 



iO. 



aeorgs *». Levelle, Manager. 

Victoria's Exclusiv: Picture House 

Showing only;_ the Bert pictures ob- 

tnT^nahln 



Chinese Laborer Killed 
NEW WKSTMINSTER. Aug. 10..- 
A Chlnnrnun nsiined Cl^ung I,,um was 
killed while working in the 



SPECIAL MATINEE TODAY 
FOR LADIES AND CHILDREN 

l>rop in for a cool, <iuict, re.'-tiiil lioui. 
Our pictures are malting the Empress 
theatre popular. 

Come an(l bring your friends. 

New Gran([ Theatre 

WEEK AUGUST 8tll. 
Trip In a Trawler to the White 8e^, BaB«lo Trio, jiresentlng new ai)d dlffl- 
Hcenic educational. A ^''fia'si "Way, ^.^,,l^ iotiin in eipilllbrlsm. 
I^owers drama 1000 ft.. Betty Gets Into ; VaudevlUe's topnotch vocal MunlteUe, 
Hot Water, comedy screiiu. Native Life vret Setters'. Friur, Jo^es, Pickett, Mar- 
in M/laccft, ,scenlc educaili'niil Wash- ! ^^y^ Drury, new songs by the sWeetest 
^^'"■'' Inirt/ii Quartette, songs, Komano Or- j ,,f „i,)gers. 
Ideal ,.*._. 



ROMANO THEATRE 

TONIOHT 

The Bosary, I nil' drnm;i I""" f- 



done whose Influence coiild be^revlved, freight sheds of the C. P. R. Chung, 
b>- this; means as. by no. otheir,' except! together with a fellow workman x\;i-! 
whnt must always be rare -a. teacher! ui^endlng a roll of linoleum, wliiii it 
of vivid Imagination and, great In- j fell, hitting him on the head , crushing 
fight. We have scarcely began to rea- I his skull. Dr. Walker was "called, but 
liJ-.e the uses to which this modern dls- the Chinaman .«<iicc\imbed a few niln- 
c.overy may be put,' — — — — _ 



ohestra. 



"Cefitrftl" Is to moHi |."p|.-, ■x'w \n 

our small city, looked upon witli very 

little consideration. Indeed fa\t_of.J,liQsc 

: wlfiv make most demand upon her ser- 

Tvices remembei' that she Ih' a girl who 

nuuy sometimes be overworked or tired 



-titf'H htt^r:— - l:M>we«(»»rti-wjTS' « young ^v.m 
and had only recently come froni Can-, 
ton. An Intiuest will, be held- toinor- ; 
row. 



.Soreness of the niuscles, whethi;' !• 
d.uced by violent lexereTse -or iniur,v, i" 
... <!ulckly rellwVrd' by the free appjicii 
r nervous. If we get a wrong number i^ion of Chamberlaln-S I.lnlment. ThJH 



James Bay Academy [Queen's Academy 

A Private High School , I ^ "J 



UNIVERSITY SCHOOL FOR 
GIRLS 

Cllve-Wolley IIou.<?o. Oak Bay. Vic- 
toria, n,C,. high-grade day and board- 
ing school for young ladles of all 
agog. All subjects taught. .PrOfl.-, 
pectu.s on application. ' ' '-'•■ 

Principal — Mr». Stedham, Cerl. Eng. 



Academic Department — l''ull matricu 
Intlon in two .vefiin .Sluilciit.s piepjireil 
.fcr n C. I'- S. and other exunilnnflofi,". 
Splendfa jiMrtrlonlatiOii snooeaeea thU 
nammer. 

Commercial Department — .\ fuil.\ 
oi|ui!U,>*'d moilern Bualnesa College In 
ch.4r«e or .Ml) . xp'-rleiic...! Commerolrvl 
Specialist, ii Oold Medallet . i-i (iii.>,'K 
(sle-TihiuKl Text booVts furnlahed free to 
etudenta of this departmant. 

Day and Evening Claaees. 
Adflres,H all Uuiu;rlcs U' 

The Principal, James Bay Acaftemy, 

I'iione -'(■) 1, Cifi Medina -St. 



3715 AocTt Bay Avenue. 
A fliiv Kcli.uii for glrl,i of nil asjeii, 

Re-Opens Thursday. 
September 1 

Thoiuugli, prrtcileal instruitlon urlv 
In all English suh.ieciH u.i weTt""aH 
the higher braneiies of tJtiuly. 
^'""or further' Inforinnllon Mill "n 
addres.^ ' S. D, POPE, LI.. D., 

I'hone I3U0. Vrinclpal! 



Corrig College 

Beao^n SlU Park Tiotorla, B. O. 

.Select HlKli-Ornde Dny nnd 
Hdwrdlng <^i>lloKe for Hoys of h 
to 16 . years. Ueflnenients of 
well-appointed geiitlemen'H homo 
in lovely Beacon Hill Pnik. Num- 
ber limited. Outdoor sports. Pre- 
pared for nuslness Life, or Pro- 
fesHlonal or University exambm- 
llons. Foes Inclusive and strict- 
ly moderate. A few vacancies at 
autumn term, September 1st. 
Prinolpml, 3. W. OXVmOX, M.A. 



iir a sloTv responiso once In a long 
While w« are apt to be nrigry aTid our 
lope conveys our feeling if our words 
do not. "Central" could, no doubt tell 
a very Interesting story ot the various 
degrees of irritation in the voices' to 
which she must perforce listen fot 
weary hours. Doctors kn.ow..that . telcj:^ 
phone operstors very frequently suffer 
from nervous strain and the London 
tancet tries to bring home to the Url- 
tlsh piibiic a Serfse Tit the trying na- 
ture of the work girl.", at^a telcl))hone 
ev.changp are called upoh to perfornv, 
The Avrlter any,';, "It seems that iin a)i- 
preclahle iiortlon of the piihllc believe!*, 
that the telephone operators fnake 
mistakes nut of pure and unalloyed 
wickedness, aimed either ag.-^lnst the 
I inriss of the suhscrlher.s In genornl or 
lagiilnst the Individual sufferer. We 
j would urge,' even while we admit that 
the number of stntiid mhstakes miide 
j by teh^'phone operators do'es appe,ir 
Miirge. that some thought should be 
1 given to the fact thnt the operators 
l()re not mechjinlcnl cuUrivani-es, and 
I'lhat anA' Indlvldunl operator with 
I whom we get Into eoniiniinlealion is 
' himself or bcraelf part of a great and 



liniment Is erpialiy valuable for jmrsr-" 
culnr rheuinatlsm, and always affords 
quIcK relief: St)ld by all deal-is 



See 1 he 



Flower Show 

TODAY 

■ A \ I > 

THURSDAY 



Admi^^sion 



25c 



I The Germai 

( West on, ceiw 

fi " Sell and B 
c.^1 momentis 
The cyclliif,; 



liarfl,s 



Williams and 

iliati'-; luid 

nr'rMiful mii.«!l- 



The,^ymen .who mTrkc, tTT t i mey rire -^W ! 
fnen who develop the hew distrtrts. 1^ 
The AinnlKamnled Development com- 1 
panyls doing this with one nf Alaska's ! 
chief re8our(>es---oIl, Tlave you looked ; 
Into this company's prospects? It will j 
pay you n^ a btjslness man to do so, *,j 



Take a trip around the Sound by 
steamers of P.- C, .S.S. -Co., -.Wiling I 
w6*kly. Cheap excuraiou -riite._-i'hotie \ 



i. 



Excellent Hoaiery . Priced Low — 
.I.ndtes' Fine hlnck cn,'<hiiiere hone, with 
seamlf\ts feet., A mngiilflcent vrjluo at 
25c n pair, Robinson's Cash Store, 642 
"Vatea Street. ♦ 



Specially Good In Quality 

On I' Buttez at 36c ' > 



n s 

f,,r $1.00 

Fancy TrmiK, (d' Tea vvitli li"k, 
contains 3 lbs.,' for,-TT^, ,tl.OO 
.<t iv,i Luncheon Tongue, 
Liimb Tmigue, ■■ etc. Potted^ Yar- 
mouth Hloater and Anchovy Paste 
In Glass Jars, very neat and dor 
llcloup. 

' (Mve ns n tij.yl. \Ve ,sliall \aluc 
your patronage;- '■.-■. •■ »• 



ERSKINFS' GROCERY 



Corner 



.JuhriBOii nnd Quadra Sta 
Phono 106._ 



I, , Grey and Peters, 
marvelous feats on the bicycle and lu-' 

dicrous .comienlltlpRi ;— — ^. .>- - ---^-- =-, — ^»^ 
Thomna J. Price 



Pantages Theatre 

ALL THIS WEEK 

BIG 10-CENT snow 



The output.- of the fdl wells of the 
Amalgamated De\'elnpment company 
has a TioiTie market read,\- and waiting' 
at its doors the ilemand In Ala,iJ<a ami 
the Vuk'Mi being a large and growrng 
one. ■ ' ■ ■ : " 1 ■ • 



—Don't miss Anuilgainiited Develop- 
ment Company— -Auld, C.wln &.■ Mc- 
ciarty. 518 Hastlng.<( .'Street We-t, 
Vancouver. V ^ 



VAUDEVILLE AND MOVtHO PIO- 
TU»BS, LASTING 1 KOUm 

AND 15 MINUTES 

Amiileur ('"iile.si for .Money Prizes 

Thursday, Prlday, Saturday Xtrhtc 

Boae Mualoal Comedy Company Wext 

Week. 

1l«AJEST1^C^^ 

YATKH .-iTRBKT. 
See the I)Ik bill Wi'dne^day and 
Jhiir>;da>'. "The Phoenix," a .«ensatlonal 
ineloilrfimn. "Tlie Xilttle PlAdler," 

■ — --) srr.Tnji'Ttmmntlc. "»e«- Slf n*!.^'- - ".Ti;ji... 

Bethrothal," great comp.ly "The 

Jocksy," a rncetrack story, 

l»< rfornianceff daily from 2 to R:30; 7 
lo II, Admhislon 10c; Children to matt- 
nee. ''■■ 



The canndlan Who's Who, published 
By the I,'>i>don Times, ail sale at Vic- 
toria Book & Slaliunury Co., Limited. • 



Advertise in THE COLONIST 



•^ 'Lu •*« tk.,, ib^Ala,3>£MiMl < 



:««**i«M«;wJwil|»Mi'-.ii ■ 



■' — y,"' vifiwj* Ij !•"■ ' ■ ' " 



msm^HKW^^!^ 



I 



Thursday, August 11, 1910 



VICTORIA DAILY CX)LONIST 




The Newest Styles trom 

Hatdom 



Shown Here 





If you a re. particular about the class "' 
of Hat yon wear, >ou will not overlook 
this s.^orc. 

WE ARE SHOWING THE 
LATEST 

]M-oni tlie world's l)esl nianiifaeturers.-. 
si iclf as the King, St-etson, Christy^aiid 
Mall ory, all pe rfect blocks, snappy to a 
degree, yet not°^3ctremc. T.et us show 
ilu'in to you, priced at 

$3, $3.S0 and $4 



FINCH & FINCH 

1107 Government Street 



VICTORIA SHOTS 
OFF FOR EAST 



Selected Team, of Local Rifle- 
men Have Left for Meets at 
Toronto and Ottawa— t3 tin - 
'ner M^Dougall Again' ' 



A teuiii ..Aji...;!:iah:iSiBiiPi:stiij2'y;ii?:. 

nicn hii.s l<'ll l')i- eastern. .-(imiJi'tiUons 
und iH oxiiina'Cd to vvorUill.v rfpres.etiL 
Vic'torlii. Those who Jiavo gone, are 
cr^'t. Smith, Cov\)\. Biroh. Sergt;^ Cur.r. 
(ir .McDouKall anil,(;r. Anderson. They 
will ahoot first at Toronto whU-n 
meet opfnis iicxf jM(»n(Uly iind :in l!ie 
\y e 1-; I'o I ! n-iviTrK- -w+U- -uaniU-ivt e _h t 1 1 a - 
\va In the Donitn'.rm compclitloris. In 
iKHh affairH they will l>e coaohed lii 
HtilT SerKt. Richardson, who did «o 
TLnuirkablv well at lllHley recent4>; and 
Willi now is admitted to be om; of the 
lincst shot.'^ of till! Empiri'. 

It WJis expeelt^U t'tiut ili-e Fifth licyi- 




BRANTFORD CARRIAGE GO'S 



GINGER BEI:P 




BUGGIES 
CARRIAGES 
EXPRESS WAGONS 
CARTS» Etc. 



A Complete Stock 
Always on Hand 



,,(.-(■, >'\ l! S wJVI 



E V E R ir--^ I G GUARANTEED 



Sole. Agents for 1?.C. 



EG. Prior & Co., Ltd. Lbty. 

Victoria, Vancouver and Kamloops, B.Cj 




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V. 









im^m : . *£?>MiW^ ^^^^ ^T 





VICTORIA FUEL COMPANY. 



COAL COAL 

Victoria Fuel Co, 

622 Trounce Ave. Phone 1377 



VICTORIA FUEL COMPANY 



Big Values ill Men's Sox 

Black Cotton Sox, pair, 'lUt ^ , -^ ^ 

an.l 12 1-20 ^-^^-^5 

Black Cashmere Sox, ])air 3r.G > ^JW .'^Minwx- 

aiid 25o _ i^iHS'^ 

Ribbed Wool Sox, pair SHc -^ '''* 

^uid 25c 

Heavy Wool Sox, pair 'i'lC 

and . . 25c U Vg ji W U^ Wk^ ' ^^^/^M: 

: Fancy. So'«-- Regular, 35c pair. A^ \ff^ >S A MM 

reduced to -• ■ -250 ,^.^\ ivy f^ / KfW i 

Boys' Hose, ribbed wool. Res- ' ,,^^3^ V^-^ jO^ 'II// i^Xi 

ulnrlv -Hidd 35c. 40c and TjOc ,4;?mftv \ ^^ JtrJp^''^*'' 

"'*"•• f"'' ^'= to^^l^>^v^m«^-^ 

All Boys' Suits Marked 'way \^;^^^M\\j ^^^'''^ ' wiWWf?., .A 
— Down Xiil/TjyiJ' ' _,,^ , ^ 

\X7 C CAMFRON ITho Cash Clothier 584-J«»m«oiT- 




yards and three hundred meters ui au 
Kxeter baths. The times of the res- 
pective distances were 2 minutes 30 
.seconds, three mmut' oconds, 3 

minutes 30 1-5 seconds. -^.- ■ :-- 



v5*^ 



_^>«<:- 






♦ One of Canada's Youngest Shots 



♦ 



Vbove is a cut of Apartment BIdck to b^ erected on aoutheas^ corner of yancouvor 
and Coutte.s streets, for the Mount Edward's Apartment Ho^se -Syndicate, tor plans, 
specifications and prospectus apply at 

PEMBERTON «& SON, Fort Street 



ment team would Iruludc C.M.S. Caven 
and Or. Walter Winsby. The former 
was ruled out hfcaiiae of a misunder- 
standing bfttwwni- he and the secre- 
tary .T( the B.CR.A. tlv latter claim- 
ing that h« did f)ut receive the ratter's 

Hccer>tanre of ;i ^ ' ' i..i,sh 

Colunitila -tua^Pi — ■ '! 

tlnvfc- •Tl>er?tr>Tr' a ' ,. .'.i 

In the provlftcinl tiiven 

his prvsltton. Whi:. Ji.-. n was 

offered th** place of an extra he would 
not consider Buct) a, proposal in view 
of the fact that he! was rightfnlly en- 
tilled to make up one of the team. 
With regard to Or. Winsby hifl sudden 
illness and sulisefjuent operation for 
appendicitis has made it impossible fur 



COBB m BEST 
OF NAP. LAIOIF 



Detroit Tigers Swatter Out- 
paces Frenchman and Has 
Full Command of Situation 
Among League Batters 



^SHOOTING SEASON | 

is'not such aterriTile way off. Lots of sport then, if you own 

a i!^f)oirup-to-(iale 

GUN OR RIFLE 

Come in and see our larj^c .-.tock of the licst and most_ re- 
liable makes.- We can fix you up at a money-saving price just 



now. 

GUNSMITH 
ETC. 



I 



J. R. COLLISTER -- 



GOVT ST 
663 



Succes or to Jnhn Barniley & Co. 



,♦««♦•♦' 



>♦♦<♦♦»»«»»♦«« »»«t ****♦ , ♦♦*' 



The killing of boxing in California 
is driving ftgl^tera abroad. Flghtln-g is 
on tap 1lTl~-the year round in Paris, 
while in London the National Sport- 
ing club will soon be throwing open 
its dpors for the winter series of fis- 
tic encounters. 

The news from abroad that. Jack 
Johnson would not be allowed to en- 
gage In an.v encounter of imjiortanco 
in' the Xahonal Sprirtlng club has 
created some surprise herf. It is un- 
derstood that Manager Ilettlnson, of 
the National, said that he would be 
very glad to allow champion Johnson 



to indulge in a sparring exhibition, 
but, he wil) not be allowed to .en^gage. 
in serious combat.- ' . 

The ambition of Ed, purnan, -best 
known Canadian "professional sculler, 
has blazed up again, and he wishes to 
bring back to Toronto Bay the cham- 
pion.ship of the world. That t|tle will 
be decided within a few weeks by the 
race td be rowed on the l^lamtaesi, in 
South Africa. If the victor could be 
brought to Canada it would, no doubt, 
give sculling an impetus, and it such 
a race was rojted.ait Toronto it would 



give the Queen City a big holiday: All 
that would be very, iflne, but what 



about the pfospecK"^- iVf-^Durnan in it 
all? "Coming back" tp. a game after 
a professional h-.is practically been otlt 
of It fefflS*- some time, has not i-eceiv- 
ed very striking encouragement thl.H 
sea.son; and very likely thci truth la 
that at all tinnieB~Tf"tg ir ste p tha i on 
the. average Is not likely to Jtaai_tp 
succiess^ , ■ 



Monlt-v Tranrt !V>Sp flTh«ng —ttf^'-n nrt«. 
tils, steel, iron and tmwar . kiavca ^.o^ 
Gflta. and all Uinda of CutluCV ^j 



4 4-» ♦-»-♦-♦-♦■ ♦-■I 



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GOOD BUYS IN THE 

Fairfield Est 



'f 




provlRCtKl, teanis. 




Corner Cook and Southgate Sts., 'ui i 

at $3000 on terms. 
Corner Cook and Oscar .-.* 

Strirt, .it $1000 each. ■ — 



1)0 car line, wjt-h 2-&torey Iv 



uise 



111 iniiuUcs fri)ii 



t.$I200. 



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Tyrus Ce*»to. «K*:'«e««and swatter of 
IheDetrolt' Tigers, has .Jlnally attainc-i 
the goal of his ainbltlort. The sena a- 

of the American League hatters, having 
passed Larry Lajolo. the slugging 
Krenohman of the Cleveland Nap s, dur- 
Ing the past week, Cobb has an averafie 
of .378. which is 13 points better than 
Lajole's mark. Larry, in turn. Is 16 
points In front oC Trla Speaker, the 
great gardener of the Boston Red Sox. 

appiiiuiciviB imr. ...«i.r- ... ....>.«.oo,.,.^ Frank Lnp.orte leads the Stalllngs rep- 

liira to- take part in the eastern shoots I reftontatlves with a grand total of .Ji'- 
in l)t;half of Victoria. 1 Knight Is also in the , selct r-'r.-U', 

Or. McDougall, on' 'ids City's • boasting an average of .303. 

contingent. Is among ilu' \ nungest,' if j j^ the ^"all<)nn.I League . l-'i •••1 Sii...d 
not the youg«''3l. crack shots of thtjjjj^^gjj continues 10 lead by a respectable 
Dominion, lie went to Ottawa iH margin. The Giant outrield«r'.s average 
couple of years ago. While little morci^j .,-^'., 3^,1)^ Becker, tlie other utlUty 
than a lad ho handles the rifle' with jjj^,,^:j" -,uardlan of the Giants, is alB" 
the skill bl_a Jt'eteran and may be <1"- L„on_ the eltt^ with .*320. Big Ohlef 
pended upwn to uphold his end of t"e " ' * _-^j„ grekt record for hlni- 
work In any struggles that may de- My' "^^ J« "*WK a g^^^ • . 

velop between-the -V^lctorla and other s*""^' «» ti5Um8_i>Mticipated m gan e.^ 
— -_•:-_._. ^-r,_j- 'and his avera g e is ,i i»ii . — _: — 

Hans Wagner i.^ rapidly regaining his 
old hnttlng fonn.-4md it will not be 
\.'!v long before the great -Dutchman 
'will be among the leaders. At present 
ilonushas an average of .302. '; , • 
■ Following are the batting averages of 
the flrst 25 players In bpth leagues: 
' " . National Iieagii^ , , 

An. H, H.SitAHAv. 
.^nndgrass, N. T...147 26 84 • 11 4-367 { 
White. Pittsbg.... 82 4 11 ©1.844 

eampbell. Plttsbg.l£7 20 42 10 8 .333 
Becker. N. Y... ... BO 9 16 6 ,320 I 

r'hilltppi. riVsbg.. 22 3 791 .318 
Graham. Boston... 215 ,27.. 68 t 5.310 
Wllhelm. Bklyn... 19 2 6 0.2.316 
llofftnan. Chicago. JM 49 83 18 11 .312 

M.vers, N. Y 208 18 94 4 6 .308 

Magee, Phlla. ....281 51 86-27 15.302 

Wagner, Pittsbg.. 306 -51 92 18 11.301 

Murns, Olncln..... 40 3 llj— 1 1 .300 

■Maddox, Pittsbg. ..■20 3 6 1 .300 

nin nee, .Chicago ..197 40 St) 12 5 .2!>n 

, Mclean, Clncin. ..262 18 77 

NEW YORK, AUK. lO.-Kor the J.r;.t I Hol.Utzel Clh.. . .347 4fi 102 

time slrtce 1S.04 the .Vational all-round , Wheat, .Brooklyn .>i 2100 

< hamplon.shlp of the A, A. U. looks as.rhetp., St. J;''""- •;! i^ [ 

I If it might be productlve.of .somflhlnc itre.'^naluin. St. L..Jrf9 u ^ 

J like a contest* as John t'llllis of tin ; Uul.swUt, St. L. . . . ^7 .9 Z^ 

1. Vancouver A. C. of B ritish rolumfna. | munmel. Brklyn...323 34 93 10 

i"ann*othei to. Simon Olllls of the. New *^.„,mlaU, NVY.-r-. . 28 __&. 

- • ■ -..--.-...... „-!. 1., hi. Konetchy. .St. U.vMl 45 86 

Kf>elei\ , N. ':y; r:;.' 7. 2 2 
Boijk. BoBtOn • ,. -353 -84^. 95 
American JCeagtie. 

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Cambridge St. I ri.sin- -round, facing P.eac.on I liU ; 

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figure quolef! will i'"' -^tay loiit^" un.'^old. 
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Corner "Cook and Hilda Sts. ' ■ '■ i -^o. Coiiun- will sell f-r $1750 nrvVTrrljo,niTiXtnf 

at $1650:. 
Double Corner, Fairfield and Moss St - ■ ivv..l.' • 

feet on Moss Street, arc high .t . i iot.s, witlioiU roek. and arc very close 10 tiie ncvy. 

Public .School, erected at a cost . i ..._^5,ooo. They ai'V' iia the most desirable portion of tlie 

Fairfield Estate,..and> can be hought_at $3560 Tor the two. 
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York A. Cn-^ls. well, advanced in lil.s 
prejiaration. "' 

The comi)etltlon will he held at Chlr 
.■agf> on AuguHt 14, and Oljll.s I.m 'going 
riiTo"'iT~\vltlV Hie 'OXOPpUoiv of ineetr I 
ing M. 3. Khcri<l4n, winner fur aoveful 1 



years and holder .tf the record of 7,33 5 j stnmk, Phlla^_^.. 32 - H 2 1 .43S 
pfnFts fmldP in last' y*in='s~Fonteat. if'of • p„i)li. Detroit ,. . . VaSS-fl^ 1 28 40 10 .378 
the pa.«it few years frlejids of Sheridan-^,^jj,njp.,: ^^i^veland .329 44 120 14 15 .3(i5 



innaU.>L.-.aSsej;i..tluvt if lie had 



mrin til extend him, he wnild scrrrri - — •• ■">' -" ■•'^•^ >*«!!: loi 

S.OOt'i points, so the record is likely to 



Oldriiig. Pl\na. 
Lnporte. -N. Y. 



r he sent HenrH-iing this trip. There i-s. ^ Biiston' 

f^-nt^-mlstake about the nhlllty ,,.f (Mlli.^ r'lu'.u. n" vo 

>to extend the record holder. IW is "<'» ^ -''•"^' '^,„.V i,'', 

saving much only that ,he .wUl gteeit-.J-.Au.'-.^iJi^^-^i!'. 

-gwjd-HTrcmmt- T,f----hlm9<'lfr-- Hi« - l>eHt I Hend,,r. PhUK. .. 

-vents are the high Juinp ' han iiriciv: Stalil. Tto.Hlon .. 

.')6 pound welglit. walk and miic run.' j iCiilrfhl;' ,N. ' - • 

_ The last (•oiitcHt of any keenness K. CoUin.s. Phllri. 

worth while wa.s In 1904. the year of i-Murpliy. Phlln, 

.tli4?_ St. Louis' exposition, when Tom | r>ci.biiti\. i 

ivlerv,~{1io' veteran Irishman,- came over j Oinp,,, .\ 
spec'l'ally for the t^ivent. Adam Qunn 
of Bu'ffal^j,- jai-JlE&yiSM? winnci^. gave 
Kiely a hard run, Imt -tJie y.e.terati b 
enough left in him to -tvln. Si!i 
then the winner has had m. 
of a walk (+v^er. 

Oillls had a Iryout ret^ently ov.t tii 



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..195 26 S B 7 fl 

.ni',1 49 105 48^15 .301 

:r;'i it 99 ifi 16 .Ron 
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.i>;i._.J& 58 12 2 .2SF 

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•' 2... 27.8 

lifts. 17 71 —9 e' .275 



Moffmun. ,Sl. _ 

Milan, WaHhingt'n.327 56 60 21 5 



.entire programmn, and though he was 
not wound up as h* wiirTie a niontl) 
from now,- his showing "wfis' Kood 
Fnoiigh to Indicate that he will makl!' 
Sheridan hustle 1" the high ,jum]) 

find haiiMner hevvlll probal'lv hreiilv 

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l,OM)()N, Aug. 10.— Fnin^ Beaurc- 
pair.e, of VIelorlii. Australia tri.d con- 
liMii'ous .swim t'liilKlit l>rol<f the worli''s 
record of «ii" ui'.'tcrb, three hu.iidred 



Crawford. Det. ., J^36 43 92 10 16 .273 

Gray. WnMiiiig..v.-. 44: 3 12 .27^ 

Cree N > --254 28 «9 15 11 .272 

WmTIhc.. t I 314 33 8S ff ^9 .271 



111' Gorman einpofor "is at last en <• 
oouraglog horse racing, having become 
pstron -of the Union club at Berlin, the 




principal turf club In Germany. What 
H wercome he w'ould g-et if next year 
■he would put in two or three days nt 
the meeting at Newmarket, which is 
a wceli buf'To thd^ coronation. 



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Distance Swimming 



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When ,N^il Qow and Lcmbers wmi 
on the same day at iJoodwood lawt 
seaaon Nell Guw taking the Prince of 
Walea etakcB and IjeinbfMB Ihe Rovis 
Memorial, It was olalmiar'Ti^M'>iii''lis-i»« 
that each wa,s the better aninial. 'JMicy 
I canie together in th«— X;ija.n)i'aK"*' 
stakes wlien Lomberg was just n-cov- 
iM-lutf' fruur an attack ot coiishlnK, ''md 
bin truiiH-r was avt'rtio tu slartInK blni. 
He was thou b e« t f n b J' ' t wi » 
I^ord Kudfbcry's oolt, with Admirul 
HawUoi"' siditH^nf? the pair. In the Two 
Thouiiand (iuiaeas Lenibersr showed to 
nu>Ht advantage duwn the hill, in " 
deaiierute duel Xtum • the bushes, and 
Neil Gow ui) the tryinjc.rise to the 
Howley Mile poHt, Nell -Oow winning 
by a head. On the downhill course ut 
R|)8oin I'embergj^ fl/>|Bhea Jar in t^^^^ 

of Xeil Guu:^_ -^^ — _ 

The meeting of the paTrTnTlie time 
honored Kelipse stakes wa* thus full 
0/ iiUer_est,_ us both weri*„„,thoroughly 
\\" 1 ■ ' 1 , I ire""Borng ""w a M '1 )"r' gr fit ii d 



Int*n»ftMon«f -^^•ftfful**' TWruament, 
which was fixed to take plac« In Eng- 
la,nd during 1912, must b«i abandoned. 
The secretary of the Australian boartl 
of cricket control has n<?t expressed re- 
gret ut the decision of the South 
Africans not to send a team to Aua- 
ttalla with a guarantee of |a5,000, but 
he adds that "the decision amounted 
to a breach of the International pro- 
gramme." / 

Lord Harris still Aopes that every ef- 
fort will be made to brin"L' oft the 
tournament, but how can thi*t be pos- 
sible when the Australians decline to 
meet the Africans in I<:nK!and unti^ 
they have visited Australia? It must 
not be forgotten that. the VC'ornstatlKs". 
have been to the Cape. 

i'laying at iinrnham fur Hart House 
Wchuoi vs. Hrynemeiy School (Weston- 
super-Mare), W. R 13,unmoro Potter 
t^ok live wickets (four in succession) 
witli the last six balls lie sent down. 

Ol' the 170 criclK't maiclips that have 
taken place between "tVie OenUemen 
and the Players, the former have won 
OS and the latter S2. Tliirty-four games 
have been unjinislied, and one — at tho 
ijval inissa — has ended IlKa-tlc. ...:-,.■■ 

J. H. Bishop, of the Beaumont Cycle 
wlio ln.st year won the llrst 24 
jour c.v^e^aT'f^TDT- -thc-WtH^tly .Des- 
luUijh cup, had a still more easy task 
last week at the Stadium, wheirafter 
the lirst fifty miles he inade the whole 
of the running and w'on by a few 



and It was freely ij.dmltted by the rnn-- 
uections of both tliut nw excuse eould 
be offered f<Jr defeat. And now tlie 
(lu^sti^m as to which is the supcritn- 
lias not been decided. The dead heat 
between Neil (low and Lemberg was 
the nrst for the Eclipse stakes sinco 
the race was founded in 1SS6. -T h e lirs t- 
wlnner w^as Bendlgo, who, curiously 
enough, was the fir-s t winner oi' the 
■Jubilee." ' * 

One , of til.- l.iKL;rsl speiMilritorM on 
the turf at the present lime is Mr. 
L-;ili.<tt. who has done .big things, es- 
l^ecially In Australia and South Africa.' 
In the land of the Southern Cross he 
made a name for himself by the pluCk 
and daring of his enterprises. Seven- 
teen years ago he went to South Afri- 
ca and betted very big Indeftd, so that 
he l)ecame known as the leviathan op- 
erator. It is said' he won a pile Of 
money when Mammerkop won the 

I 'esarewitch for .Mr. .illjijljri's gtjible; 

when Orhy won the Derby and when 
lyarid League won the Cambridgeshire, 
f'lr some heavy commissions were exe- 
cuted in Soiith Africa and Mr. JSillott 
was " respimslble for them. Now he is 
in England, and a.s he was always as 
straight as the best pian breathing 
there Is no wonder that he commands 
1 the' restppct cf all. 



yards short, of 17 miles, ills vl^ttwy-j-jotrmpj — ttr- thTr-cast;- 
was never in doubt, barring ficcidents, 
and luijCl ho really been pressed he 
might have approached some of the 
record figures with plenty in hand. 



aiit-Oov«rnor PaUr)ion. \f\ the aCtw- 

noon a garden party Is being held at 
Oovernment House, for which a large 
number of Invltatlafia have., -been la 
ayed. 

Or) Thursday evening arrangements 
have been made by the executive of 
tiie Liberal ABsoclatlon to hold a pub- 
lic meeting In the Horse Hhow build - 
inga at the exhibition grounds,., at 
which the Premier of the Domialon 
will deliver an adcTress. The B.C.E'. 
\K. company have promised a special 
Service for the tranaportation of the 
large crowds which will Jam the apac- 
lous building. The Horse Show build- 
liig Is capatde of holding In ''the neigh- 
borhood of 5,000 peoide, and the large 
ring in the centre will be nUed with 
chairs., to seat tiie crowds. 

Also special, lighting yrrangomenta 
are being made, whereby the grounds 
will be ilinniiuate.d for the occlaslon," 
and with Iho pow,».'rful arc lights 
.which are. being installed in the liiilld-, 
lug there will be t\opo»»lble- com- 
plaint, on account. of Ihisufliclent light- 
ing service. 

At the conclusion of this big meet- 
ing Sir Wilfrid and his party will 
ieave on the lirand Trunk steamer 
Prince George for Prince Itupert and 
the north. He will arrive on the fol- 
lowing Saturday and — vvlll stay over 
until Monday. On MundayL^tvUR^Ercm- 




Amateur Horsemen of Victoria/ 
Approach Agricultural Asso- 
ciation for Arrangement o^ 
Series of Three Events "'^" 



A aeries of gentlemen's driving races 

l-f.-I'Topo.BCil ■ in connection with Vlc- 

'toria's ii'all exhibition, which opens on 

the a7th of he.\t ihonlb, and contlnuqa 

uhtU the 1st of October. / 

The suggestion has been laid befOBe- 
Het-retary Sungster by a number of en- 
thusiastic amateur horsemen. They 
declare that they woiiid like nothliig 
better tlian to be given an Ojiportunity 
to nuitch their horses on the iigricul- 
turul association track on such an oc- 



poiis, ant^tlie same evening will leave 
on -his reiur;i journey to Vancouver, 
lie will leave the mainland city early 
.the followliig iTiorning on his return 



BASEBALL RESULTS 



The long.dlstance swimming" ciiam- 
ptonshlp generally attracts a good 

' Jient in their najnes for this year's 
contest, which Is' to be hold over the 
usual course — Kcw to Putney (.5 miles 
and flO yards). Henry Taylor, the hold- 
er will have a strong opponent in Batt_ 
tersby, and events certainly point to 
a success for the latter. Percy Court- 
man , .the breast strokt^ cham pion, In 



tends to c<iiapetG! Blatherwick and Un- 
wln, both of Yorkshire, can be depend- 
ed upon to niaite -a stern fight for 
l^laces. Two other prominent southern- 
ers. wiLLcompete_ in Giles and Haasell. 



i Two amateur.", representing England 

find -America, havi- arranged a fifteen 

round conte.st for a gold cup embleni'- 

latlc of the welter-weight rhamplonship 

of the ■world. -The principals are S. Ad- 

, ler, of fhe"W{ock Kxchange, London, 

i .ifid Ivan B. Kahn, of Los Angeles, who 

has been visiting ICngland with his 

' parents. .Mr. Kahn, just before sailing 

j for England won the -welter-we igh t 

I amateur championship ^f the P'aclflc 

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The International boar i ■ foot- 

ba'll association have sa... ;. - d the 
use of. a football other than the one 
with the outer casing, of' leather, for 
the season of 1910-11. 

The Sunderland football c.lub hawe 
requested all their players to report 
themselves for training at once, to 
commence work for the coming foot- 
ball season. The Wearsiders have 
transferred 6. W. Metcaif, one of. their 
reserve centre half-backs to Hudders- 
neld Town. Prior to joining Sunder- 
land he had earned over a dozen medals 
in junior football. 



Northwestern 

Spokane . . 

Vancouver . . . ■ .^. . ... • - 
Batteries: Kratzberg 

I-"t irl;:--!! ,aud Lewis. 



H. 

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Tacoma . . 

fileattle 

Batteries: Schmutz 
Chlnault and Custer. 

Club's Standing 



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Spokane ••65 

Vancouver 59 

Tacoma • .... 58 



L. 
47 
54 
52 



Seattle 41 ,69 



Pet. 
.680 
.522 
.527 
.372 



ler- -will •H|.t'Hk--4^+--th**-auj;.tiuji-u..Jluili:or..}..^^ lX_t]ie[r_oi)timism isn't out , of 

'' place It is asaumeTl' that such a fea- 
ture would attract a good Held of en- 
tries and- ]irove a grand sudcess from 
o\- e r y s t a n dj) o i atiu_ 

T'hi'^e' events iiave been named, 
namely, one free-for-all, another for 
two-year-olds, and the last for those 
having marks no better, than 2. -10 for 
the mile. — : 

As soon as the Idea was mooted and 
noised among Victoria's horsemen, that 
is ilioSc. fond of tije trotters, many of 
whom are opposed to the running 
races which have been conducted by 
the -Victoria (.lountry club, it was seiz- 
ed ujK)n with joy. It has been some 
time since they have been given any 
inducement to get out and match their 
favorite equlnes. In fact so encour- 
aglnfiLhavje-been the reports submitted 
Secretary Sangster that it appears a 
certainty that the outlined brief pro- 
gramme will be introduced as one of 
the many attractions being prepared 
for the forthcoming exhibition. 



Pittsburg 
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Club's Standing 



R. 
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W, 



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Chicago .. ., 63 

Pittsburg 5t) 

New York 65 

Philadelphia.- .. .. ..... 48 

Cincinnati 49 

Brooklyn 41 



At a meeting of the Derby County 
football club held last week, T. W. 
Hurley said tho result^ were very sat- 
isfactory from a Jlnancial point of view 
and his remarks us to fhe failure of 
the team to reach the first dlvijslon 
Were geflerally endorsed. The chief 
reason, of course, was the crowding of 
so many league teams into the last 
fortnight. Had Glossop acceded to the 
county's request and played their 
match a week earlier, in all probai^bll- 
ity Derby would have gained promo-, 
tlon. _-,. *- ■ . . • ■ 

The great question at bisley hffs 
been, wh^ entries ^lave^dropped 50 per 
cent, during recent years. It has. been 
prcvposed to set this right by dividing 
marksmen into g rades and having 
contests exclusivety^TRF'^ffett"' grade. 
I'bls Is In the hope that those who are 
not yet ma.rksmen^wlll_enter, and by 
their entry money hejp to keep tlie 
National Rifle assoclatloh alive. If the 
authorities would read their own name 
an4 reflect upon its meaning, and then 
act upon their thoughts there would 
hi) no need for caic^j^jenny poUcyT 
Bisiey might be made iT great educa- 
tional centre and worthy of the name 
it bears, but that object Is not to" be 
attained by inducing bad shots to pay 
entry tees. , . 



St. Louis 
Boston . . 



39 
30 



L. 
33 
38 
39 
48 
49 
60 
69 
65 



Pet. 
.656 
.596 
.585 
.500 
.500 
.406 
.398 
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Philadelphia 

Detroit , ^ 






St. Louis (1st game) 

New York .. ;. ...... 6 



R 

10' 



game. 




IICATES FALL 



American / 

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H. 

15- 

9 

H.- 

(! 
3 

H. 
8 

7v 
H.' 
7 
6 , 
H. 

Cleveland 6 

tVashington ., ;. ,. .. (p^"^" 
Gulled owing to darkness. 
Club's Standing 

W 

Philadelphia ...■• .... .. 67 

Boston 60 

r>etr01t 57 

New York 56 

Cleveland 46~5l 

Washington .. ....... 42 59 

Chicago .. .. .39 59 

St. Louis ......-;..... 29 67 



St. Louis t2nd 
New York .-. . 

G)Wc:ago .. .. 
BOflon . . ... 

CToveland . . . 
Washington . . 



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3 . 




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E. 



o 

e". 

8 
2 

E. 
1 
Z 

E. 
S 
2 

E. 



4 

. E. 

1 

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L. 
31 
41 
44 
44 



Pet. 
.684 
.594 
.5.64 
.660 
.474 
.416 
.898 
.302 



SEATTLE TOURNEy 



Miss Pitts and F. Marshail 
Both Survivf^ the Opening 
Rounds of Washington 
State Competitions 



Coast 



Ta1l< of iSoccer' and Rugby 
Presages Early Advent .of 
Winter Sports— Some Per- 
tinent Ouestlpns 



.-et ui 
winlff' 



:)e- 
the 
al- 
r 



Los Angelas . 
San. Francisco 



'^a'^and 



X'^^rnpn 

Poi"tIand . . 
Sacramento 



Club's Starlding 

San Fra.iclsco .... 
Oakland .. .... .... 

Vernon 

Portland . . ., ,. ^^ ., 
Los Angeles .,'». ** .. 
Sacramento .,».'.., ,, , 
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R. 

e 



■^r 

5 - 
■^' 

R. 

6 ' 

I 

W. 

71 

69 

68 

62 

62 

48 








E. 
1 
3 
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8 



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L. 

58- 

61 

60 

65 

68 

76 



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:63() 
:524 

.488 
.477 
.387 



Twrj months or more intervene 
fore the opening ot the soccer and 

rugby football seasons, and yet 
ready gossip relating to , these 
recretvtion? Is beginning ti. hi 

where sportsmen assemble ^ 

Will tho Junior, dntormediate, and 
senior local leagues be well filled'/ Is 
Jt probable that' Victoria will he able ■ 
to muster teams to outr*^|ice the soccer 
cracks: •jgJ,.Xia,dyAr";Itb ui 



S)r,\yUliahi Henry Mahon and Lady 
Mahoh are guests at ,the Empress. .Sir 
William. Is the llfth baronet, thii title 
having, been created in 1819. He 
served' In the Sbuth African war, be- 
ing colon*'!' of this Fourth West York- 



regiment. He Is- a member 
tingulshed Service Ordi i . 




the' Island companions) 
tiohs? Will there develoi 



I .N'anaimo"^ Jn 
p competi- 
more troul)lc 



STILL EXPECTED 



ahing the line of 'Simateuiism and pro 
fesalonaltsm amoUg the sOccer play 
ers'' Mow many .^>la5;erf| will -Victoria 

tea It 
fall 

Tl;. .,■-: .ac a few ol ii\--i .,u- .... 
^wJiidiLJmv.uJxciy3_.av4tirlieard.^_OI...caur.aa.|- 



..11 thc» . represen^ntlvfr tmzW- 

vMiU'li will visit California th 



It is too early aa yet for those askljig 
|.. '^ecejy^ _Batlafactpry replies. ~ For 
il. tance it can't yet be said that theu:a._ 
■ II be a larger entry in the local soc 
.ir league for» the forthcoming aeuspji. 
aJUiough the Indications ure. that there j 
will be inp ny more. Whet h er t his city 



isiri-olling Hasn't Begun In Earn- 
est- But, Good' Sport May 
§BV0te|r"A ny '" Day— F i s h i n g 



Bout 



Elsewhere 



will 1)»>- able to beat out the miners in 
-thcT^co for the cup is another mdt- 
tesr tliat must be left for Jiine to de- 
cide. Llke\\lse it can't bo said that 
-t.-lK>r^»— iatujn.'l.j;b e trouble- for th«, B, G. 



,lt,\v.ULt, !.. ' -"" now before trolling 
commandH ntlon of local fish- 
ermen. . f 
For W(>ek3 the approach of the Co- 
hoe salmon have l:)een heralded, but 
as yet few have been captured by ttie 



Kauffman-Langford 

i-iiii..\i.'|-;i.1'1U.a\ Aug 

Ai. Ivauflnuiii, of California, and Snm 
Langford, thenegro heavyweight ficm 
I Boston, in the city, ready to do battle 
the six-round bout between the men 
scheduled for lonikiit was postponed. 
Weather nermittln|g, the men will 
meet tomorrow niglit. but in the event 
of r^ln,, thcj first clear night there- 
after. While rain fell nearly all day 
the decision to po.«!tpone the bout was 
not arrTved_al._untll 5 o'clock. 



A.\A. L^ in keeping apafttIl(e'ai(np^ihT'''t'^'^'"^'"^'^^'^'^^ 

and the pro whilfl, with respect to 
rugbyj.JJ; is Iniposslbje to ascertain 
yet how many of the Victoria cham- 
pionship team will be Invited to make 
the trip south to meet tli^ fast stjid- 
dnta of the Golden State.- 
-, However, evcrytljlng considered, the 
outlook for n hv-y "-Inter sea>snn wn^t 
never roslei 



FLOWER SHOW IS 

LARGELY ATTENDED 



PLANS 



FOR VISIT 
OF SIR 



WiLhRID 



CCpntinued from Pag' 



Trades and Labor Council. Sir Wil- 
frid will lunch at Covcrnmeiil Housii 
as the tsuest oi: liiiU iivnox' LieuieU" 



lYom the traps irnprove. Mor« are be- 
ing f(nmd U\ the' nets at every lift, 
and tlio.so who ai'e watching for de- I 
Tclopmenfs "look forward to enjoying; 
some siilendld sport at an earb' date. 
Meanvvlilie- -tho IzaiA.k, WaJlonw con- 
tinue to wend their way to Sannlch 
Inlet, the mouth of Cowlchan rl\er, 
the rivers and lakes along the line of 
Hie E. &. N. railway. Cowichiin lake 
and other places where it is known 
.<sea trout find trout inny be caught at 
this season. It -Is reported that the 
hottrls at (^iiwlchan lakev»f**^ <^row<1e<1, 
that just as many- fishermen im i'Hn he 
accommodated arc being entertained 
nt tills resort, and that thay are rib- 
laliiiiig good b.'isketa with both trolJ 
ima iiy-«v.ery^d»y, . 



■"((^oriT'TWieV!" rrfim ■ Pfigc^ '^.J 



ornaments allowed.— Mr.'J. Dupont; 2, 
Mrs. Hasell; 3, Miss .lesae; 4, Mrs, 
liannlngton. In same class of competi- 
t-ian opau. . Lo..Kirla „uadex, -II. y£ara-.oX 
age.— 1. JtisS ivoryl .Tame*;- 2, . Ml»s 
Brownif" Hoihvell;' 3, Mis.? Wolfendon. 

Speelnien plant in (lower. — 1, Master 
.1. M. Patersoii. 

Spcc,U»ii:)n plant foliage.—-!. Master 
II. Tait. -' 

Kprchil prb.e for bowl of mix«d 
flowerp, 1. iMr?i. Wark; 2, ,T. Sherburn. 



The oil properties of tho Amalgamat- 
ed Deveiopntont company are situated 
oil tidewater, lience, there will b« no 
jdelayln thejiniflts while a rallroa<i l« 
ibeins; bi4iH-^%& tAk« oult- lh«''irri>d\jittl. • 



- SEATTLE, Aug. 10. Today's matches 
tn the -Washington State tennis tour- 
nament brought out a number of play- 
ing visitors. The fealture Of the day 
was the phenomenal playing of Miss 
Hazel' Hotchkiss,, Of Berkley, Cal., who 
defeated Sam Russell, local champion 
In straight sets, 6-1, 6-4. 
The Results, 

The complete results follow; ' 

Men's singles: iirabhorn beat Pieters, 
6-3, 6^3; Fitz beat Heiljjron. 6-2, 6-0; 
Johnstone beat C. Shannon. 6-2, 7-5; 
Judd beat Crawford, of Victoria, 3-6, 
6-3, 6-3; W. O. Batchelder, of Everett,, 
beat Haight, 6-4, 6-8, 6-2; Marshall, of 
Victoria, won from Krickson, of Ever- 
ett, by default; Lyon, of Tacoma, boat 
N. H. Batchelder, of Everett, 12-10, 
6-4; Russell beat Thompson, of Ta-. 
coma, 6-2, 6-0; Prltchett, of Everett; 
bea,t G. Shannon, 6-1, 6-1; Adams won 
from A. Pulford, of "Tacoma, ijy de- 
fault'; FIsset beat Kelleher, 6-3, 4-6, 
6-1; W. O. Ba^elielder, of Everett, beat 
Grabhorn, 6-2, 4-6, 6-1; Adams beat 
JCellton, 6-0, 6-0. 

Men's doubles: Hulskamp and Pasc- 
hall beat-'He'ilbron and Peters, 6-$, 
6-3, 7-5;', Thompson and Lyon, of Ta- 
coma,. beat Judd and Lewis, 6-2, 9-7; 
Fisset and Townse>n4- beat Erickson, of 
Everett, and' partner by default; Hi^rt 
and- Miller beat Batchelder and Bat- 
chelder, of .Everett, 6-3, 6-4; Smith, of 
^ Seattle, and Marshall, of Victoria, beat 
-yftfiiislianip and Paschall, 6-2, 6-1^^ 
Johnstorie and Richardson beat Adams 
and Lalsure, 6-2. 4-6, 6-2; Fltz and 
Russell beat Fisset and Townsend, 6-2, 
6-3. , 

Mixed dbubles: Miss Pitts and Craw- 
ford, of Victoria, beat Miss Connor and 
Constantlne, 8-3, 6-8, 6;j1; Mrs. Genge, 
of Victoria, and Whyte, of Victoria, 
beat Mrs. Waterhouse and 'I'ownsend, 
lO'-S, 6-1; Miss Hotchkiss, of Berkley, 
Cal, and Smith beat MiSs Thompson 
and Lewis, 6-3, 6-2; Miss Pitts and 
Marshall, of Victoria, beat Miss Erwin, 
of Vancouver, and. Q. Shannon. 6-4, 
'6-1.' • ■ 

Wornen's singles: Miss Allen, of, Van- 
couver, beat Mlss'Pritchard. 6-0, 6-0;/" 
.Madame De Lobel-Mahy beat Miss 
Rogers, 6-8, 6-3, 8-6; Mrs. Huls-kemp 
won from .Miss Leadbetter, of Port- 
land, by default; Miss Hotchkiss. of 
Berkley. Cal.', beat Miss. Allen, of Van- 
couver, JS,^ 6-0; Madame De Lobel- 
.\laliy beat Miss Miller, 6-2, 6-1. 

Women's doubles: Miss Allen and 
Miss Erwin, of Vancouver, won from 
"Jin-ss "StroUC and MiSs Vath. -of Ta- 
cojna, by default; Mrs. Genge and 
Miss Pitts, of Victoria, ' beat Mrs. 
Ho(de-aud Mlss Thompsali,_ 6-4, 6-2. 

— ^ .^.jJt— 

Postponed, 

10.— With 



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Thuraday, Auguat 11, 1916 




VICTOyLlA DAILY COLONlgt 



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11 



E 



mimm. 



ISAlmERFOR 
CAiDIANS ALONE 



Naval Policy of Dominion 
Rests With' Its Inhabitants 
and Not Colonial Office Says 
Mr. Just 




Blouse Bargains 



AH this season's styles, 

mcely made and prettily ' 

trimmed' Avith rdl-ovcr 

lace, etc. Marked Down lo 

$1,50, $r;25 and ..l^l.OO 

Parasols, less 25 per 

I'rices this week 

to $1.00 



E. L Wescott 

649 Yates St. 



Tel 26 



AjEjents of McCair Patterns. 



C. C. Van Arsdol. engineer of the 
G. T. P., has stated that '.MO miles of 
the railway nt the Pacific coast end 
will be completed hy aext summer. 



NO GREASE OR DANGEROUS 
ORUGg 

In "Herpicide," the Naw Scientific and 
Succ««»ful Dandruff Treatment 
Have you dandniff- Then you have a 
cntaKlous parusitlr disease, unpleas- 
ant, unhealthy ami one that will even- 
tually load to baldness. To cure It- you 
m>w-:t destroy the jiaraslte that eats at 
the root of the hair. The only pre- 
paration for destroy inK these larermB Is 
Newbro's Herpicide. Charles Klein, of 
Laramie, Wyo.. says: "Herpicide al- 
layed the itching, cured the dandruff 
arid stopped my hair's falling out; and 
it Is bringing a new crop of hair." 
Herpicide is free from greasie or dan- 
gerous drugs, and makes hair glossy 
and soft as silk. One bottle will con- 
vince you of Its merits. Sold by leading 
druggists. Send lOc in stamps for 
sample to The Herpicide Co.. Detroit. 
Mich. One dollar bottles guaranteed. 
Cyrus H. Bowes. Sp^^lal Agent. 
-1-2.2^^ CJovcrnmenl stn-iu; 



■•'I'lic uaval policy nf Hie noiiilnlon oC 
Cnnadii Is entirely a matter for the In- 
habllunlK. It is' not ui)'to a merohjf, of 
tho limieilal ColofilftLjijffieeito express 
any opinions whatever on the SAibJect or' 
to glve'out what we in England tlilnli of 
your policy. Of .cour.^e we appreciate 
\vh,it ("auada is ilolnK in the m.'itler. In 
1007 l.did Tweedmouth waid thai from a 
.strategic point of view the formation of 
one navy for all the empire might be 
best, while from a^constltutlonal point 
of vleV-i-lie formation of separa te nav i".~ 
may be be.sl; at anj'^ratPv^T-rjr-mrnrcter 
for the Oomlnlon.s thenT.«!eh-os to settle." 

l^--Su-say3Mtv.4J;TiV- JLUSt. C. B., CM. G:,. 

•fSkslstant under-secretury of state to the 
Cijlonial office and .Mecretary. to the Im- 
perial Conference to be hold next year, 
who has just concluded a .short. but very 

Jlr. .lust is travelling through the Do- 
minion with a view to getting a closer 
Inslghr'Tirio the affairs^ of the country. 
Al the last coiifi;rence in London, In 
1907. Sir Wilfrid Laurler threw out the 
suggestion that a member of the Colon- 
ial office should from time to time per- 
sonatfj'vlstt the ovorseive Dominions In 
Older to "observe conditions for himself. 
Mr! .i'wai- travels 'with Mr. J. McDonabl 
Mowat, a nephew of the late Sir Oliver 
Mowat. a b^irrlster. of Kingston, Ont: 

Mr. .lust was mjich Injpne.sscil with the 
beauties of Victoria and tiie mountain 
,sconery Jn, S.eneraJ,. • 0_n the return trip 
it la bfs intention to make a trip into the 
Okanagan V all e y and tt ie Arrow Lakes 
^SKi ^»+fH>-t-0 ytait Ran f^ Calgary. lOdnioii- 
ton. rtegtna and Winnipeg. At each )Mace 
at which he stops It Is the object of Mr. 
.fufrt to talk with the loading piiblic men 
in order to get Kbme Insight into the con- 
(iitiomrprevSTrrng in all the provinces of 
the Pomlnlon. ' • 

Mr. .Tust confirmed the report that the 
Imperial Conference will be held about 
the time of the coronation next June, 
althdugh the'e-Kact date has not yet been 
decided on. 



the freight sheds of the C. P. R., at 
New WeBtminster, was killed while 
unloading a freight car f'ecently. A 
roll of lipolflutn weighing 500 pounds 
fell on the unfortunate man's head. 

The new, school at Prince Rupert 
which Is in course of construction wll' 
be comiileted in about a' month's,, tlipe. 
Thf architects are,Hooper and Wat- 
kins of this city. The school Is sit- 
uated on aeveatli avenue, east of ftlcn 
;,Brlde street.- — - — — — : — _._^_.--- 

The Orahd Triink Pacific has enter- 
ed Into comiTiunicatinrt with the Prince 
Rupert town council with the object 
of having the nt-w city hall located 
at the corner of Second avenue ,and 
Sixth street. The council has replied 
asking Upon what terms the lot would 
t)e donated to the clt>-. 

Charles M. HH>'est iiresldent of the 
G. T. P.. K. J. Chamberlln, \ Ice-prt^sl- 
dent and' general manager, D'Arcy 
Tate, Molicit^or,- and O. l'.,Hyley, 
commissioner, will visit Prince RU- 
I)ert arriving ther August 24th. The 
subject _oi additional mileage to be 
let will be considered. C C. -Vaa 
Ar.sdol Is now covering the route In 
this connection. 



among the mountains n«ar Vienna, the 
city council has forbidden the sale -In 
the streets of the rarer wild flowers, 
such an the wood anemone,, wild oyoi- 
amen, all kinds of gentian, narclssua. 
Iris, orchids, IHieB, and hart's tongue 
ferii, The people generally approve of 
the ai><f>n o( the council. 



■r • — — r 

Inland, and ocfcaslonal falls #b between 
V4 Inch 'and three Inches were record- 
ed at many ..stAtlons. 



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.4- 



LIKE BAGDAD TALE 

How • Brahmin's Child Was Serpent 
for Familiar Reported frfm 
Calcutta 



land \ babe. 



CANNOT IRAFFIC WITH 
JAPANESE PEOPLE 



CALCUT'TA, Aug. 10.— The follow- 
ing story, taken from a Pundla paper, 
has tht/llavor of the ..\i-.iibiini .'SiJifhts: 
"A child was b(jrn lo a lirahmiti in 
village t:ihapur al.K uiouljis ago, and 
Klnce tile very date of birth a servant 
has been a Constant altendani on the 
One day a fciillle. was cuught 
and thrown in . the river. At night, the 
Brahmin heard the serpent say to hiui 
in a. dream, 'If .you kill me, .1 shall 
ci.mt^^l«t-e4v- destroy your ramlly." If you 
do not, I shall not harm \ou, but, cm 
the contrary, do you good.' Stnccthis 
oracle fruip the -aerpt^-irt- thi> Brahmin 
and the memhei-s' of liis iamlly have 
lut it alone. When the child Is on the 
ground asleep or awake the serpent 



OLDEST WOMAN IS ' 

BULGARIAN BpRN 



Reached Agf of 126 Years— Worked 
Fields Till. Over 100 Years 



In 



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♦♦ ♦eeeese«e»eeeeeeeee e e e e » 






BKRIJX, Aug. 10. —The claim of 
I-'rau Dutklewltz, of Posen. born on 
February 21, 1785, to be the oldest 
woman in the world, is now, contested 
liv Mme. Baba N'asllka, who was born 
ire Mav, i~>H, in the little Btiigarian 
Niilage of iJavelsko, where .she lias liv- 
ed ever since. The record ,of li^r birth 
Is- preserviMl. in a neighboring mon- 
astery of the (Orthodox G.r.eek faith. 

She Is .fhe dau^Jhter of a peasant, 
and has worked herself as a i)easant 
up till a comparatively recent date. 
Kor more than 100 years she regularly I I 
worked ill the fields, according to the f 
customnf her country, where women I t 



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Unreliability of the Japanese 
Nation .in Commerce Cause 
of Failure of London-Nippon 
Syndicate ; • 



PROVINCIAL NEWS 



are. e.miiloyed in all sorts of manual 
lal)or, 

The events of her.jj.£e.,up t«^:..the time 
when she at tallied ,, the age of SO are 
far more distinctly impressed on her 
irund. than, liie- happeninn.s of the lasf 
4H .\'eurs. 

Her snrn Todor, fidlowiiiK ilie family 
.tradition has also worked in the lields 
.spreads Its lio«jd.,mjij:^l.ts head like an ; yg ^ peasant nearly all his life, but. 
umbrella. When the child_is ou the. | he has- also- taken part In various wars 
lied the reptile quietly lays itself down janff rebellions In the lirilkan Peninsula, 
under the cot. Once the child's mother > He Is not i|ulte so" fresh and vigorotis 
took the child to the house of a rcla- j as his mother, although he Is .still 
rhriaTITer"waT~roTrtrS'tr!gte«-l'«lde^>f- doing a tuod day's work, 
his arm i^nd enjovlng such small luxuries ot 
"(V,; openihg-fli-e mnbi^ella be saw that i .'^ "» ^^ I'ipe andlhe sironger^spirils 
.heJerp4^a^J^^.VM^^ 

■ t away. But it forthwith re&iraed_10 _^^,,, ^^ ^,,.,j„^. ^,^(^1,, good eyeslght-aoid 
hl.s house. The serpent is slUI there. ^ hearing, and she is able to walk 

The Brahmin give.s the reptile jrillk vv'lthout support. She lives on a pen- 
twice a day, which its drinks." g|f,n pulcl to her by many of her de- 

scendents, who number inore than 100. 



WHYl 



are you lookiag-for the impossible 
—the bargain so gQod--so sure a 
cinch— -that you will never 
tlnd it? .; ' 



LOOK 

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Sara- 



at thdse lots in our 
toga Subdivision, O^^k Bay 



FOR 



tlon near, 

her with an um 



PRICES- 

$475 to 
$700 

' Terms 
Very Ressonable 



MONSOON IN INDIA 



Heavy Rainfall in Bombay But Fall On 
West Coast Was Liqht 



McKIuno4v the man charged with' 
forgery at Michel, who cscajied from 
the jail recently, has been recaptured 
at McGlllivray. 

A concentrating mill with ~ 

city of 50 tons, capable of being in- 
creased to 160 tons a day, will shortly 
be Installed, fft 3^«i -Aurora mlpe at 
■Jloyie.' ,• ;,■ ■ '■ "i ' ■■ ' . 

Word has b¥fen received at Fernle 
of the death by drowning at Danes- 
vllle, AVash.. of Albln Ericksnn, a Scv- 
enteen-y ear-Did boy who left Fernle 
some days~a|rcrTo aiB^Jt .Work- south, of 
the line. . -v, , . , ^ ' -> < ' 

Chung Lum. a"Chinese employed in 



LONDON', Aug. 10.— A remarkable 
Indlctpipnt of Japanese methods was 
made recently at a meeting held at 
Cross Keyes House. Moorgate street, 
to wind up the .\'ipp<m Syndicate, L'lm;;_ 
ited. 

"In spite of the fact that the under- 
taking had enormous capital at its 
command, and was fo und ed a-ttd-eett— 
dticted by men of eminent reputation 
In the world of finance," said Mr. 
Schwedar, who presided, "we have 
been unable to transact any business 
of a satisfactory nature with the Jap- 
anese. 

"This f regret to say, is due to the 
widespread unreliability of the. Jap- 
anese nation la commerce, no less than 
to the reluctance of our allies to admit 
British enterprise to any share In the 
resources oPThe Far East, which they 
appear to claim as their monopoly. ■ 

"The. selfish policy of the Japanese 
has reduced the doct.rlne of the open 
door ^o a fivtlon. 

"We are not the pnly syndicate that 
has been disillusioned." he added. "Of 
all the undertakings that were estab- 
lished aftej the War. and as a conse- 
quence of the friendship kindled by the 
alliance, there is not a single in- 
stance >)f >tbe successful conclusion of 
any transaction of any kind with the 
Japanese." . :: . 



LONDON POOR 



Over One Hundred Thousand Paupers 
— Receive Relief in One Day 



Forbids Sale of Wild Flowers. 
\'IE.\',\A, Aug. 10.— To prevent the 
deva.>statlon 



if the lieautifii! vallej.s 



t'ALCUTTA, Aug. lO.-^0ne of the 
iHest remarkable Incidents of the re- 
cent monsoon rainfalls was Bombay's 
12 Inches, which fell In 24 hours. The 
distribution of the welcome rain has 
been. In fact, irregular. While- a gen- 
eral downiwur was being experienced 
TTTT^orthern India the conditions over 
tni! peninsula were less favorable, the 
rainfall on the west coast being light, 
and In the interior and on the east 
little 6r none. On the 10th of July a. 
change commenced, the monsoon cur- 
rent retreating from Northern India, 
while the fall increa.sed over the pen- 
insula. This distribution prevalWd till 
the close of the Week, practically no 
rain falling over'the northwest frontier 
province, the Punjab, Pajptitana, Cen- 
trar India and the United I^rovlnces. 
where the wt-ather was line, and the 
twiperature gradually rose, so that at 
the end the heat was. •c.onslcierably 
a4w>v^^h<^ normal' 

(Vrv the other hand, the monsoon blew 
steadily over Kurma,' Kast Bengal and 
Assam", and part of Uengal, and fair 
thri.',iigh„^o;W!t!'™V'hat scattered rain was 
received. At t'herapunjl. whose , rain- 
fall affords a falrlv good Indication of 
thi' Bay morvsoon, ihv rainfall rei)orted 
on the"l7th was ».4 tncheis. on the 18th 
13.05 Inches, and on the 22nd 1.7:. 
Inches. Illustrating the gradual falling i 
off. Over the pertinsula between the | 
iflth and the a?.rd. ther* was aconsld- I 
erable amount of heavy la In along the | 
eoast.' but the current penetrated well I 



LONDON, Aug. 10.— Tlie latest return 
fo pauperism in London sbows that on 
Saturday. July 16 there w«re 116.031 per- 
sgiis In receipt of relief, of whom 75.613 
were In the workhouses and 30.388 (In- 
cluding 747 children boarded- out beyon<l 
the unions and 12.173 .other children 
under 16 years of agej were on the out- 
door lists. The total Is lower by Slfi 
than that for the corresponding day of 
.Inly. ItnotJ, and represents 21.0 per 1.000 
7jL tire populStloTi7 : On the correspond 
Ing dates In the three precedlflg year.^ 
the numbers were: 1069. 116,877. pappeis 
(75,798 Indoor and 41.079 outdoor), or 
24.2 per 1,«00 of the, population: 190S. 
llT.4<r4patiperst7.'>. 177 Indoor and 42.2:i7 
outdoor), or 24.7 per 1,000 of the popu- 
lation; 1907, 113;66» paupers (72.757 in- 
door and 40,011 outdoor), or 2 1. T per 
1,000 of the population. These figures 
show that the present number of outdoor 
paupei's )» b)wer than that In atjy of the 
other yeans mentioned, while the num- 
ber of Indoor poor is lower than the 
totals recorded last ,year and In ,1007,, 
but higher than that for lilllii. 




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anv other medicine In use. Invaluable 
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and painstaking care In cb-aiilng 
and pressing men's gartnents give 
our work the preference with tba 
me:j of care In their dress. 

Costs no more than less skillful 
work, but what a difference In re- 
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Expert Tailors 



It's team-work that wins — 
"Persistent, heady teain-play." — 

Tou see' the heauLifiil result on ths 
Lacrosse field, on the Football ''gridiron," 
and aroiiml the Baseball cliamond— in 
every walk and work of life "team-play" 
wins out. 



Semi -ready Tailoring, is a .system <)f 
oreaniz:ed t(>am-work— wholesale tailor- 
ing— tliat develops team workers, tailor 
men who become ".stars" and "artists" in 
the conception and 'production of fine 
clothes for men. 

The quickest man we convince is the man 
.who know,'^ the n-tnil tailor liini.-^clf. 
Last season 1 00 ni crcii.! n t tailor.s in 
Canada hUhw .-ipplii'd (or the Semi-ready 
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Bathin<^ Suits, Working Pants, Outing Suits, Flannel Suits, 
Straw Hats, ATito Dusters, Tennis Hats, Neglige Shirts, 
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LOW-PRICED ISLAND 
FAkMS 

N. SALT SPRING ISLAND, 500 FKBT 
WATERFRONT— 110 Acres, with 30 fenced, 
7 acrPs cleared and under orop. There's a 
foiir-rnomed houaf, good log barn, 3 chick-™ 
en house*, newv- a good well and two living 
spring, 30 fruit trees, mostly ayple. Every 
bit of this land is good, and contains 1,600 
feet of waterfrontage, with good deep water. 
Price 16,300. One-third cash, balance can bo 
arranged. 

BEAVER POINT, :SALT SPRING ISLAND, 157 

ACRES-r=25 acres slashed, 250 frvilt trees. 

Good log cabin, small barii and ahecv sh*"<1- 

"""^"^Lake frontage. Road runs through this prop- 

erty, and Is also on the new road to saw nilU. 

' Price, on terme Jl,650. _ ■ :~": -"^r 




HANDSOME RESIDENCE WITH 
TWO ACRES OF GROUND 

'JMie surrounclings, are all that 
could be desired, and. the location— 
Rockland Avenue— is the finest and 
most exclusive in Victoric\. Every- 
thing that goes to m;'.l:i^ up a ni^xl- 
ern residence, with dclif^jhtful 
grounds, will be^Iound in this ins- 
tance. -^•__^- ^ 

Price is $25,000 on which lAV-^ 
_orable terms will be given. - ---. 



IBO ACl^ES SALT SPRING ISLAND — Nearly 
20 acres cleared, and the larger portion can 
be cleared with very little trouble. Close to 
water,'~and JuBt off the main road. Land la 
all good. Price $3,500 on terms. 

VESUVIUS BAY, SALT SPUING ISLAND, 
550 ACRES— About 30 acres of this Is cleared 
and the balance Is In Very good timber. 
Property has a water franlage, with in ex- 
eellciit bay. Price, jfl 2.00 per acre. 

150 ACRES S. SALT SPRING ISLA.N'D— Mni" 
road runs thrsugh property. 20 acryw of ok- 
celent ploughing land, two good fruit bearing 
(irrharrts and lots of small fruits. Lake is 
well stocked with trout. There are a few 
liulldlnga on the land. Price, on terms, $2,500. 
AAljoinlng wharf In front of this properly ciin 
br purrhHsed. a lilaeksmith'.s shop for $500, - 
and a good .summer site next to wharf can 
also be bought for $500. The latter would ^ 
make an Ideal locat ioh' for a summer boarding 
I. house. .- -^ •.'; — ■. '^.. . J.':''- , 



Situated in Esquimalt district, being fpurmiks4F0in. the cii\' and less tjian quwter of a 
mile from flag-station on E. & N. Railway.' tl^IJ^Z '. •.^,,1 

« acres of which 14 acres are cleared and iirtHcTTtrffetion, balance iVrock and timber, 
there being about 2,000 cords of wood. 

The land vs all tile drained and fenced an d has an orchard of 1,400. trees.^ 1,300 Pippins 
3 1-2 years old, 100 assorted pears, peaches, etc.. of which 20 are in ifill beai-ing. 

New 1 1-2 storey dwenihg"6TsTxYo6ffi"s, batk-a^id pan tr;-, .small- cottage, fonr new chick- 
en houses and usual barns, lour wells of . good water besides running stream. An ideal place 
and a money maker. • ,. 

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Six Acres. 300 ATirds iwnw Cit\ liMumlary and 
ten minutes from'car, 33/2 acres cultivated and plant- 
ed with 800 apple trees just braving, and about 
14000 small fruits. Large hou-r. ui good repair, 
with stable 20 y: 3^- Gity waur and lelephone. 
Splendid for ^nbrdividing. 

Price $12,000 

Terms. 



Five Houses 

All large and in good repair, within ^-^-mile circle, 
standing on i\vm lots, with 120 feet trdntage,. third- 
lots from street car. PaysTo per cent. 

The value of this property is steadily increasing^ 
and The above offers an investment not to be equal- ~ 
led in any part of the city. 

Price $9000~^: 

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BUILDINGS, containing gas, electric light, bath, hot and cold 
is'6Qxi20. For tefms'and particulars apply to 



PEMBERTON & SON 



614 FORT STREET 



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Head OFFICES^ 



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633 YATES STREET '■ 



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generally due not, as witta us, to the 
townward drift but to the opposite^ 
cause, rural coivgestlon. I Moreover, 
I where the danger of Invalslon did not 
' pa.''s .ifter the Napoleonic ' wars •mlllr 
I tfiry fonslderatlons forced governments. 
! to realize the Imp ortance oLrnal ntaln-. 
i ing the physical as well as ihe mural 
well-being of the rural population. 
' f heir welfare was recognized to be 
I just as essential to the safety of the 
niuPQ niitlon as wtis the growth of town 

, i,.Yiwvy- ^ • . ^'^^'^ population "and " the development of 

oZv^Z Kin\/Ql \/'iou/<^ r\n thp' their manufacture.s. In most European 
Some Novel views on ^ll^'.^„„ntrles the state ha.^ long ago mter- 

TrTinofpr nf ihp 1 and to the venpd, as 11 is doing in Ireland tothrj'. 
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PgQQig ' land from tf minority of o\*.ners to a 



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DONOaX, Aug. 10.— In ; an article ,2" 



majority of culthators. But wc alwayu 
find the settlement of the tenure ques- 
tion acconxpanied, where It was not 
preceded, by an all-round development 
of rural economy. We llnd a state dc- 



ate qualities to whichHl have attached 
a business value would. If developed, 
soon lead to the building up of the 
social spirit that is needed to make 
the beginnings of a community lite. 
An organization founded for, , and 
proved =to-|K>B8W5R. .tauainess advan- 
Tage would-be increasingly used for 
socJal purposes, and then it would 
be possible to get to work upon a 
social, Teconsitructlon that would re- 
lieve the deadly dullness of rural 
society 

I ni(r,t:-u''l ills., tlie political ad- 
vantage of agricultural co-j^i,ioraTion. 
I lay it down as a general proposition, 
demonstrated to me by eight years 
of ot)s<'r vation in the House of C'oni- 
moiL-i, that legislation and adminis- 
tration affecting any interest can 
nover be properly controlled by ihoso 
directly concerned unless they are or- 
ganized independently of party poll- 



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$200— l^eginrAvtr^rkdale, 50 feet very ea^y /erms. 

$450— Fern wood road, 50 feet, nice grassy /ot/fine view^ 

$950— Ontario street, 59 feet. Cheapest l^t an street: 

$2,100 — Linden avenue, near Richardson Sty^a dandy bargain. 



"The Xewest Phase of the Oldest In 
dustry" Sir Horace. Plunkett gives 
8om? novel views on the transfer of 
the land to the people. He says 
- The cry of "baclt to the land'' has 
been heard loud enough and long 
. enough to be taken as evidence of a 
real public opinion. The state Is now 
giving to tlie country side of our na- 
tional economy a degree of attention 
-which cannot be explained Ijy the mere 
party pursuit of the agricultural vote, 
though, of course, this Inevitable fac- 
tor in all jjublic 'qiiestions will make 
"ttr normal contribution to the confu- 
sion of issues. It is the agreed policy 
of all parties to settle a larger num- 
ber of the population upon the land, 
and this not In order to placate or 
benefit the landless so much aS to 
stfongthen the position of the nation. 
The " back to the laixd" movement is 
not the result of an ngrarlan ngiiation; 
it is a redirection of, national Ideal 

and aim. ' ' ' ■ 

t:ngland not only prospered mightily 
in Industry at home, but was .niabled- 
t(, seize the cream of the world's un- 
occiipied agricultural lands. In these 
newly settled countries there was, ot 
roiirse, no urban predominance. But 
this dav rural ll£canJhc.Liilted..t?talM 
and the British Dnminions l-s affected 
hv the economic tho\ight which had 
(li.minated the ear of Englnnd-.". indus- 
trial Hnd ctimmercial sfipfemnry. .\grl- 
culture came to be treated much more 
as an investment than as n career. This 
tendency hivs reached its exlr.nnc mani- 
festation in the wastetuU_aiiuaaL uro- 
fllgate, fiirmlng in many of the rich- 
est iH.rtlons of the Western Hem(s- 
nhr-re Mr. Roosevelt has-not only used 
hm nowerfiil Inlluence to correct this 
^ extravagnnre of natural resources, but 
m- his ,".H.ntry lif" P-'Ucy he has de- 
clared for preventive measures against 
the negU-ct of the rur«l population in 
t hff ..■■ppnsed interests of urban de- 
velopment which he foresees. 

Contr««Ud With Europ* 
- On thflvcontinent of Europe agricul- 
tural drspreiislon and rural backward- 
ness are not unknot^n, but they a,r« 



of nnal economy. We una a staie a^^- , ^ business purposes, 

partment attending to the interests o J "'"T- .',,.,, \y^^ debates in the Ho 



agriculture iiy giving not only the kind 
of assistance which wc consider legiti- 
mate, even if we' do not give it, but 
I;)v subsidizing and Ixinusing whnt they 
regard as the clilef national industry 
In many ways. Above all, they encour- 
age by every means In their power, 
by education and actual organization, 
the formation of farmers' co-operative 
societies In order that state assistance 
may be made effective by being found- 
ed upon organized voluntary effort. 

To mv n>ind any comprehensive 
treatment of rural conditions In these 
islands will hitVe to proceed. .'S we^ 
are ckdng in Ireland, upon similar 
lines. Un<5uestionably the weak spot 
in Englisli agricultural economy is the 
rairofeT of farmers to combine for 
business social and political (using the 
term in the non-party sense) pur- 
poses. Tlie lirst ie.sson to be learned 
from the continent is that you cannot 
help farmers who dn not help them- 
selves. 

Self HelD Needed ,. 

~And~even~tpBen this is realized you 
have to know, the kind of self help 
which la needed to give agriculture a 
chance in its struggle for existence. 
The lirillsh tanner in his business re- 
latl-ons-- -with — tntr- orgahi«ed— interests 
upon which he has to tely for the re- 
quirements (it his industry, inclvidlng i 
working rai)ltnl, for the transport of j 
tii« proriuce afid Ifor" its distribution 
in the market, is worsted fit eVery 1 
turn. Inaivldunl self-helf here Is of' 
no avail. What is'u'rfiir'iT-ITr'Kt'ir- h<>lp 
organized so^^m- to .bo elft-ctive. In 
days wheri_ things havt^ to be. done 
In a Targe way if they arf; "to yfeTfl" 
n -profit combination is Mbs-olutely 
necesary to success, 'I'lif only fni'm 
ot combination suitable for farmers 
is cn-operation, and the English 
farmer prefers his splendid Isolation, 
ronscloii.^ or his ablHty to 'hel|) him- 
self to everytl\lng within his reach, 
hp has yet to learn that he needs the 
help of his neighbors, which he can 
only get by willingness to hclri them. 
This is the bnJilness side of the 
question, and thero the real revival 
must begin. But these very assocl- 



I 
have'watched the debates in the House 
of Commons irpon farmer.s' questions 
of recent years, and nothing strikes 
mc more than the complete abseniM; 
of any really authoritative farming 
opinion from the deliberations or the 
decisions of parliament. 

In Ireland the prolilem of rur.il lifi- 
just now Is at an extraordinarily In- 
tei;estlng stage. England has decided 
to carry through by peaceful moans, 
not the least of which is the long 
purse, an agrarian revolution. In a 
few years the transfci- of the land to 
a liody of fiiraoTH. numcrcuis in pro- 



The abovelots are all very dtffeirable /properties, either 
irom-a-biiilxler's or speculator's standpoiny 



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FOR QUICK SALE 

Owner will accept low price for this week only. Exclusive 
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politics, which are bad tor liotli. It 
has, however, had one good effect. It 
has m'ade peo})le think, and I have 
little doubt that when the alms of the 
rapidly increasing body, of Irish social 
worlcors arc "understood Ireland 
make a rf^al contribution to I 



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mostly small liolders, will V>e complete. 
The landlord and his agent wi]l dis- 
appear, and with them the estate, the 
only social mjiU''*''''''^'''^ ^^'' clan. Thi' 
land ptrfcHiisti Ifglslation has made no 
provision whatever for 'any grouplng\ 
of -the landed proprietory It- creates. 
It sets up no social or'^er in place of 
that which It buys out. ' The economic 
unit of the system is the farm, the 

social unit its owner. The solo re- .- ; 

latlonshlp between the Irish landed -i^.- 

proprietor and any piibli<' body is that o I •■ U!. 

of debtor ana- crcdiior. ..Ho long as (^fv||^^ COnSldei'S beeKnm Hlb 

the half-yearly i)ayment Is made to 

the treasury no i;urlher questions arc 

asked, -'r—.-r.-— - — :i— j— ^■■— ; -■-— ; j 

Here, at any rAtc. welvave tjie an^ 
tlthesis of .Socialism. It is the ex- j - 
Ireme of individualism, which in myt 
Judgment would virtually iio social 
and economic chaos, but for the fact 



system whi' h . annot find, r.bom for his 

servlcv.s. 'i'lic . Chltiese G*)ve^nment, 

seeing that the' British natioi)' has no 

apparent use for J-Kird Kitchener's In- 

, valiiable .iklents and experience, steps 

I'fn to ?>ndeavor to retain thenv-on Its 

;vn behalf. There, nbver was a more 

,,, damning indictment of a British Oov- 

ernment . Mer e we have among us the 

greatest""assct^n the defence of this 

country, yet all that our Government 



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A.. Grave Indictment. 



can do is to rern'mnnniiBgrrt'af soldier 
from his position as a. member of the 
Committee of Defence. We can find 
no use for Lord -iCltchener, though out 
territorial army is. revealed as a dis- 
asitrous failure anrl, our i-equircmeifts 
are critical. It needs a foreign power 
an .Asiatic Power, to teach us our 
liufilness; This offer from China re- 
doubles the urgency of the question— 
Why is Lord Kitchener unemployed." 

SOLDIERS m EOSTOFFICE 

Protest Made Against Their Er>iploy-- 
mcnt in Ireland — For Iramtnq 
Purposaa 



Look to Esquimalt for Your Future Buying 

W ].■ 11 W I', A I'EW GUUD S^Ai'6 U^I'T TillvRE YUT 
Four Large Sized Lots on Longs Cove--We can deliver 

thc-e KM- tl.is week at $2,700 iny the four. I'.asy terms. 
One Large Lot on La.ig-*Xove-^.oxi20 for thi.s week, only, at 

Three°Acres Waterfront— Magnificent view, $8,500'. Onc- 
tliird cash.bal. I,..i, .3. ye^rs. 

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that during the lost two decades Bonus 
JriHlirni-n, who foresaw the working 
out of Knglaiid's land policy In Ire- 
land, have been laboring to.construct 
n."r'i>W rural social economy, which we 
hope and believe will save the sit- 
uation. .The uonditi'Hi which now re- 



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"We do not suppose.lor ir moiiHo' , 
thai_Lord Kitchener will accept the ; '- i^-^ 
ori'cr""from China to — reorg4Hiize_ its 

U-V..V.... . - - , , , armv, but It is disquielln'g to know 

mains to lie fulfilled is that the Irish j,,j,j the. Chinese Covirnmenl should 
AgrlculUiral Org-Tnl'/.atlon Society, ,,„„s|,ip,i itself e.ntitl.'d to suggest t'i 
which starjds at the head of the self? ,).,,, ^rcal British sohli.T (hat he should 
hell) movement, and the department undertake the task. It mny l^e a great 
which administers slate naslstance i-omplbneni thus paid to British effic- 
should -work in cordlf.1' oo-operation joncv when tho Far Kast turns from 
with each other. A recent debate in the (;prniBn model i'o s^ek assistance 
narliame.nt displayed one of those un-lfrom our great .solfiler. But It Is a ''^'m- 
happy conflicts between business and pllinent to iMxA Kitchener, not to the 



jui'.Lix Aug. 10. — Protest has, been 
, made In the House of Commons against 
the ln.1roductlon 'of soldiers Into Irish 
post offices. An attempt has been made 
to justify the IniKJvalion on the Rrouiul 
that for" military purposcH U Is necos- 
sni-y thiTt Sfuldlors should acquire know- 
nd'espi^rtence in the (elegrapb ili- 
,, Mil . Ill -but those acr(unlnte<l witli t!i'' 
It.tlcr assert thai the. Inlroductlou of 
soldiers means the dtsplarcmfnt of c vl - 
lans and a Nu^tionalist suggestw that It Is 
also' nil effort to populari^.e the arni,v In. 
Ii-fland He lavs ntresH however on the 
unfairness of putting Moldler.s Into posi- 
tJoiiB without having to stand the lest of 
rompetltlvo examination, for' which man.v 
Iriih boys are now studying, and of 
compelling the tolegraphlsis already em- 



1821 ACRES— <;oo.1 land, 35 to 40 
milUons feet moichantalile Umber, t.OOO 
head of sheep! more or less; two 4 -room 
houses, well, etc. This Is a sn.ip; 
1 2,000 ■ will- handle this. ]*or particu- 
lars apply 

W. J. Oox, OApltaX MeroantlU A.»«noy, 
1218 I^angley Street; Phone 4 5 2. 

plovtTd who won their positions Inde- 
pentlentlv, to associate with soldlevS. 
•■whose nccupBtion many of them detest.' 



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Comox, Vancouver Island 

Oenrcil iitid h««h f-ftvms; sa- 
frontagnln district nt all prices. 
Fine fariulm,' •••I'.inlry; Kood local 
ninrkrt. 

Apply BPHiIneli:* Blscoe. Real 
Kstat.- Agents, Oomox and Court- 
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vSe\'en-r<iMmc(l iiioilcm,'^'wo stpfcy slnn;::;lc(l ilwclling 
comparatively nev,' , jl-eix\y graded . cnicni sidewalk. 
Rooms include:,A^stibule cjoak ro'nii, hail. (lra\vin!;- 
room, (reii, tlifiinj:!:r(n>n], kitoiicii: i^aiit i \ ami .icuUcry 
down stair's. Three la'di'i nuns with eii lilies -elt>st^t-^,-'b»t^^— 
room','" toilet and linen riKini np -^i.iii^. llonse vea.n well 
,-bunt for owner and healedwilh- liuL air. large wpeii. i^ratc 
in drawin{.r room, stone founifalion. larc^e Taseinent witli' 
stationary wa->h tnl>Hr7~l'rotT^r \\ 
class plninliin.L,-- llir' Hii^hoTiTr _ 

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We have for sale tlu." I'ropcrl}- siltiatcil dit the mi-ncr of I^Oft-Vancoiiver 
and Mca.rs Streets, Imviiii^- a tr()iita'..;c- "\ do ktI oh l''f.i:L street, ilinl, ruiTvinj^ 
1 lit- 011.5:11 tn .Mear- -d fect^ I) ur-i4i-j,f-Uic past Lwu ,\vceks iii<,)jl^ jyrupcrty on 
I'ovi street has heen 'iM than in an\' ntlier part df the eiiy. Fort street is 
at present, and alwa\> \^ill lie, the main t In W' ai^'li i'are leading;' frinn the best 
I'L-sident ial part mi' the Imwh. A'S soon a,'> the iirojioscd iinpr< ivenient.s a,s to 
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12Q6'"<jovernment Street Victoria 



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2 \.o\<. T'ell Street, ,50 x i^-^. • . • •••••• • • *. 

4 Xats,, l-eighton Road. 44 x 10 4.. ..»...,...> j,^ . . .. ...• • • • • 

2 Lots, Leigiiton Road, 44 x 104 . . , '. i... .'^.. •-..♦•.. . . -.' 

1 Lot, Duchess Street, 54'X i iS '. , • • • 

I Lot, ChamberLain Street, 63.9X 12b. . • 

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~r"'L.6t,' Fifth Avenue and Mount Totmie Road, 55 x 168 , . ,p. > . . , , . ;| 300 '^S 
TTot' Fifth'Aveaiue ari(l Mount' Tolniic Road, 42 x 1 (36 . . •.. .>•: i .-. .v. .^300 e£ 



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Modern 



Bungalow, Hampshire Road, Oak Bay 

Mo^t Desirable Location, $7,000. Terms. 

Five-roomed cottage on Craigf lower Road, 
and two large lots. Price $2,500. Easy terms 



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COLES & ODDY 



Fire Insurance a Specialty. 



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REALES^ATK, L\SUR.\x\CE AND FIXA-NCIAL AGENTS 
1265 Broad Street, Next tof 00 lonist Office 



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Several blacks of lanA. 4«v™au<l^»^ «= 



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GREEN & BURDICK BROS. ^.^ 



Real Estate 
Cor Broughton and Langley Streets 



Insurance 



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!N' Abutting on Lake i 



!A}so several business prc»0«e> 
"Uet in the heart ot Victoria. . 



Phone 1518 



« Zstat* Aganti. Stocks. Zusarsac*; <f # 



R. B. PIJNNETT 



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So ir0es bearing. Close "to steAm- < 1 
< i < . boftt laiiding. Small house, barn 
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ALBERT TOLLER & CO. 

lliipori.il liHnk Cli.'iTnbcra. . 



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I 434 acres, neap Clayonuot.. witli 4 » 
water front' of cxceil'^nt sahdy 
bp.Tchr, price, per acre. .... §9 
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^'niUM'^ icjt. Superior St., 'eOxi to. ^ * 

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Fort Street Lot 



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Terms: One-third cash, .balance i ?ind i? years etjual pay- ■- ■; \\/ 14 T T" P I f 

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HOWARD POTTS 

Bownass Building, Broad St. 



if A Desirable Place for I ■ 





604 Broughton Street. 






HOLLYWOOD ABIEXiaE^ - 

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Price $550 Per Lot 

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_.,: Business Property . 
]Farm and Fru it Lands. 
Houses and Lots 

Insurance. Rents, 
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Conveyancing. 
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line view, near Hillside 
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(b)-^T%yo large lots, . snup; 



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(c)^JIOO At^Tf^lgnod land, 

2_3|i_ milc?^: from Cohiox, 

._.JILUCh of it bottom land, 

large stream runniiip 

acrossj lots of good, uii- 

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Phone i88b 6i8 Trounce Avenue 



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Fort St. 1 1 Excellent Value | 

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Beautiful Site 

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wi-*od pruijcriy on ' ' -.luocn |\.ri and R.^.'-i. 

avenue. Tw.. tcnnTv - M^.- !.rn|K-rty ai"! a nnn 

fine old <>.ik t!' ' Tlii^i> NMi' ■.•-eplim. 

beautiful ."^itcs tor a iionic in \ k i'nn fnr]!!^. liiM .hi.-. 



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A NEW h ROOM HUNGALOW 



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Real Estate, Loans,, ln»ur«nc« 



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aaou^20_jiciaiimii!-prpjri«ci.tiK- 12.000 ♦ 

tiirxlSrt -K.*ar Ill'aiTchard st .. 20,000 * 

GOxi;;o Ncaror HlanchaiO . 21,000 , 



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.V.in no.'irly roaily /"ur ncoiipation, i 
wHhih onn niiio faitliis and In-ni^ — t" 

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R. GRUBB ^ 

1:12 Broad St. hHU iatB-waft ^ 
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Colonist Real Estate Advertisements 
Are business Getters 



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FOR SAN 
FRANCISCO 

And 

Southern California 

l-fa\iii« VUtoria «* S a- m., Aujr JM. !■. 
iti-amcrs QI'EKN OR CITY OF PLfcfiLA 
TUnOL'GH SERVICE 
I.««ve Rtaitle .10 *. m., imaniiT OOV- 
KHNUR (lit. rHESIDKNM'. Aug '-.•,'>*• 

For Sovilhcaiiern Alaaka. COTTACK LITY 

or riTV OF fiF.ATTLL: lB»ve» beatti* » P. 

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TICKET AND FRKIGHT OFFICE— 1117 

Wharf 8ir»pt. Plione 4. 

R. P. RITHKT & CO.. Ltd.. AKenti. 
C. D. DUNAN N. Ccn , raga«T>««r Agent. 
-;;^_ . 112. Market St., San Franelaco 

For fn*»iver Information obtain (older. 



Port Anaeles 




Friday, August 12th 

S. S. Iroquois 

LK.W'J'.S \lL"TOU!.\ 



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Grand Trunk Liner Prince 
^ GeorA'e Brought V^l-H#€l Furs 
for Hudson Bay Qornpany 
in Til is City ■ '"■-, 



UNUSUALLY SMOOTH 

AND PLEASANT PASSAGE 



Japanese Fisiierman Finds 

Body of Missing- 1V1 an in His 

Net— (Vlr, 'Davis ofHazelton" 
Brings Injured' Man Sou'tii 




: SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE ; 



By Governman^ ,Wirelet« 



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L'y.iiy; l!-_'. 

Cape l.itzo. - c'li'iir: *N 
:;».««: TiS; sea mndferate. 

'ratoush.-rCluudy; S. E.; 10 

miles; 30. 00; 5:'; In, burste 

Washington, in luw of (.iullali, 

6 a. in.; Oolumbla at Ijwciy. 

„.._JPa,i-'hena. — CloiiU.v; fiTsli S. 

E.; iiy.as; h'i\ sea moderate; 

'snuill " iliastcil schooner eaisl- 

.liDimti. 7.1') a. 111.; Quadra nt 

laiuliag, li.l-j y. in., anO^^pUU 

■sen-. — - 7"-' - -■■-■ ■■ J', 

Kstovan.— Overcast; - S; ^li 
Z'i.WX; 50; .sea mnderate; ' TeesT 
weKil^Miliid, h".30 p. in. 

llieda.— i.'Ifar; I'rcsh N.; soa 
.sinoQtlii ~ 

Triangle. — Cloudy; "N. IS.; 
•l^i.Vi; 52.40; hea.vy swell; spoke 
Prince GeorKe, 7.;^0 p. vrts^-Ati- ■ 
^jjueen ^harlotie Sound. 

Prince" Rupert. — Cloudy; 

cfOm; 2JJ.40; Vi; sea moderate. 

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\\:\ l;i'inei '\r1l'>!i -i^-n .until furtlHT no- 

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J AMES McABTHUB, Ag-ent. 
I : ' ! -A Wharf .'^Uf'.-t. 



Hiingingr thirty ^two liuiuUcs c>f nor- 
1 tlu-rn furs that have heeii gathered 
j by trajipers^ along the Skeena fur the 
I Hudson Hay Company, and ^- pas- 

! sengers for this po rt, the ,Gj^ T. P. 

i Unen^rihce <3ebrge""reactie(r pofl" TasT; 
■ evening after arr unusually, pleasant 
1 voyage. Sixty-slS passengers cTe- 
barked at Vuncouver yesterday morn- 
ing from the north and the vessel 
carjMed eigiiteen more through to Se- 
attle. r-^- 

Word was broughi 
,\ gruesome find thai wa.- :n.iil.- i-.v ii 
.liip.inese rtsherman ill hia not last 
Sunday morning on the Skeena river 
While examining its contents he di~ 
covered the fevjdy of a white man, thai 
for weeks had bpen drifting about the 
waters in the neighb<>rlU)Od of Port 
Essington. 'I'he body vVas Identified 

Taa ThnT of Charles- iSfea^tv-^v^ho fell 

from a fishing boat about a month 
ago. The dead body will be interred, 
,it Port E.suington. 

Mr. Davi.«, a real rstate l>r(.)U(M' ni 

] iriazelton. accompanying a man wh'i 

' in all — probabUity will lose his. e\t- 

<-\m\\\ ihrough a premature blast, ar- 

M\ t I ;..r ticatmeiit by local physi- 

: clans. Debris w;as lilown into hi.s 

face to such an extent that the both' 

eyes are blinded and the man Is in 

a, serious condition. His name ' was 

not given. 

Mr. P. .\ im1(-i- 1., • Prince Rupert 
contractor., lia.'« talien a scow load of 
building material for the erection of 
sK concrete bea>con on,- Banfield reef.; 
an itiland 'Dei ween 'Porcher island and 
the mriuth of the Skeena. This is 
t^^r-^br ■ otnr-T7f~ttTff TlralTT- wrrp^^ 
which will be ►■?■••. (^d at vari'ous 
places along thl.-^ 

Old Prospector. 

Tiie yuecn Chariot U'.Xovvs sayss In 
a recent Issue: C>; '^itilkley of Cali- 
fornia arrived on the Prince Albert 
this week 'after eight years' absence. 
I "y. is nearly elght.v years old -and is 
jWII- in th«- prospecting game.^ Hv* 



Point Grey .— cieBr: ^;-W^.-r 
;{0.03; 6S. Paasen in. Prince 
George, at 11.30 ft. ra.; spoke 
Spokane at noon northbound, 
left VitLtoria at 11.30 a. tn 

Cape L<azo. — Clear; .n \n 
30.03; 64; s|,ea moderate. 



FOR LIVEM 



Blue Funnel Liner Sailed From 
Outer Wi-iarf Yesterday 
Morning With Full. Cargo 
and 150 Passengers 



with, a full cargo "of genenU freight 
fioiii Pugel Sound and British Colum- 
bia ports valued at $l'2il,jr)S, the Blue 
Funnel liner Bellcrophon, Capt. Barl- 
letl, .sailed from the outer wharf yes- 
terday morning for the orient and 
Liverpool. The liner, took 150 jleeriige 
patisengeim. 



Rtduc* Lumbar Rato«< 
Following a meeting erf t>>«-trana- 
Parltic tariff bureau at SeattU*. ste«.m- 
Hhip companies operating in the orien- 
tal trade have decided to give a flat 
rate of J 7 per UiOiiBand on Jvimber 
from North l^ucitlc portm to the Orient, 
liisteatijUf the former rate of JS. 

♦ h 

Change* Flanga. 
Changing from the flag of the 
Krilish Empire, the (dd tTme dipper 
(Jloiy of the Seas will hereaft"*i; fly the 
I'ruguayan flag. The shl|) is nrnv in 
Alaska and wTien she retMrna she ..will 
load Uiniber for Auslrnllan ports.V.'V 
cai^o of hardwood will be brought 
back tu),. the Coast from the New 
Ifebrides. 

Serapis Arriva*. 

\Viili ir.O tons or salt-peter and :;50 
tons of nitriate for this port, Jiua JKos- 
nioK liner Seraids reached the outer 
\\ harf last night after an uneventful 
passage north from Golden Gate and 
I'lambiirg. Aliout 500 ton of general 
cargo, ini'huljng frull. cajuityJl.j(iali_aullli , 
salt from Chili constituted the .Sound 
cargo. She ^vill not sail unlil this af- 
ternoon. 



■*■ Tatoosb. — Clear;. _S. 



10 




Throush tUkels and throuRh MU.s of 
lading are noW Issuod from Fugal 
.Sound aiid Bi'itl.^h Columbia ports to 
Allin. B. C, Dav;son, Y. T. and FalB.: 
l).ink», AIa.ska. Connections made at 
f^kaKway with our dally trains, at 
While Horse and Caribou witli our 
liver and lake steamers and at Pawson 
v.l(h Hteamers for points on the Lower 
Yulten- rtvcr. 

Fur fuithor Informa t.lon apply, 

TaArrxc depahtmewt w. p. tt t. «. 

<0r» Winch Building. Vancouver. B. C. 



)>rospect/id on the Queen CharIiUte..s 
TiS years a-grt, and workeji on the mine 
operated b.v the Hudson's Bay about 
sixty years ago at Gold Harbor. Some 
of the old natives remember him and 
I'll this trip around the mining camps 
on the island Cy.; ^ will be piloted 
by the glad hand skooktjm Injun in 
r-as)- stages. 

Those who debarked here from the 
Prince George "are as follows:' S. D, 
Moster, i.,; Dryham and wife. Mrs. 
Brown and child. C. B. Williams, .\I. 
Brnwnley, Jas.. Toakes and wife. .Miss 
Fellows. Mrs. Smyth. J. A. M. Rogers, 
D. AIcGregor, Mrs. Donald, .C. Peter- 
son, Mr. 11a lot, Mrs. Sutherland, R. 
G. Clark, ('apt. Mosher and wife, and 
Mr. and Mrs. Tfacksell and daughter, 
who made the round trip with th 

VCS.^fi. 



Union S. S. Company 

Of B. C. Ltd. 

Direct Service Kelwren Vancouver and 

STEWART 

The favorlto paa.senRer steamer 

Lamosun 

Leaves Vancouver every Wednee. 9 n.tn. 
Ar Prince Rupert every Frl. ertornoon 
Arrives Stewart every S*itur. afternoon 
LcnveH Ste'^-art *\<^ri Saturday 6 p m. 
I-'>ave» Prlnr* Itupert every Sun. 9 a.m. 
Arilves VancouxfT ev''ry Tuesday 9 a.m. 
Tickets from Victoria at 1105 Wharf 
Rtreel. Telephone 1164. 



IROQUOIS WILL RUN 

TO PORT ANGELES 



She Will Tal'.c Chippewa's Place on Ex- 
cursion From Here Tomorrow — 
C'hippewa Hauled Out 



S.S. "Gollege Widow" 

lieaves fb" <; r i' '■ "inrf .1:1 

Monday and Thursday 

at 7.20 a ,ii 
on Excursion to Gulf Islands 
, arr!\ ing back at Victoria at 



8.30 p, m. 



Round 



MP $1.50 



Round Trip 



Tuesflfly .and Friday T.30 n. m, 
Prr Majne — a-nd other - Islands. 
Cri'ivtng May no for Victoria 
\\ fdncHilay , and Saturda>- «it v 
1 in See offlc'lal time card. 



l''rfJK-|il nrcepted. 



.Vkiiough the steamer Irootiois of t4i«i 
International Steamship company ha« 
been withdrawn from the Seattle n: 
owing to the mishap ofHbe Chippewa 
of the same line, the advertlsed^excur- 
«ions to Port Angeles' will be fulfilled 
by the Iroquois tomorrow instea'd of 
the disabled vessel. She will arrive 
from Reatlle Fricjay morning only at 
the local wharJ..^cordlng to the sched- 
uled time.^.-'^ ' 

The tjMppeW'a arlved at Anacorteit 
undep^er own steam the evening fol- 
l<vj*^g the accident and, then procepd- 
d to Seattle, where"-*he was hauled 
intd the dock for an examination yes- 
terday. It will, however, take a few 
da>s before .•<h«' is put into serv4cA 
agriin. 

The Irorjunis will lea%' : • r ir Port 
Angeles at S a. m,. 12 noon and 4 p. m., 
returning leaving Port Angeles nl 10 
a. m.. 2 p. m. and 6 p. m. Sb^ will 
then return to Seattle via Port Angelea 
to rejiumf- the Bettingham-Seaitle run 
of the Chippewa.—- 



-♦■ miles; 30.115; 54; sea smooth. 
-•■ oiit. I'. S. S. Columbine, at 
•♦- — M^5- OTTiE.; iix^teamer^Seraphls, 
■♦■ at 9.46.1J. m., in, steam scTiOoner^ 
-•■ Lukes, at 10.30 a. m. .^ 

-♦- Pachena. — Clear i_B'Jnd _S. B.; 
-*■ 30.05; &0; light sw<!l <nt.>r 
-•■ eastbound, at 11. 1.'. 1 

♦ Quadfa. at landing. 

♦ Kstevan. — Clear ;^vin(l .'-^ I, 

♦ jy.OO; 6S sea mimeVftte. Teesj 
■♦■ ffff Naparti- Inlet westbound, at 

♦ s;.4.') a. in. 

♦ Prince Rupert. — Clear; calm; 
•- ;;9.45; ti4; sea smooth. 

♦■ Trlang;le.-^Overca.«i . .\ . V. , 
*■ -4 miles, 1:9.66; 53; light swell. 
■*■ Ikeda. — Cloudy-; Iresh north 

♦ wind, .•^ea moderate. 

♦ 6 p. m. 

♦ Pi>iiii (i»:ey. — (.'loudy; calm; 

♦ calm; bar., ) 30.01; temp., 64; 
♦- .sea smooth; passed out, steani- 

♦ er Prince George, ",lu p. ni 

-•• <'a,pe bazo. — Clear; calm; 

♦ .v. W. breeze; b^ar., 29.98; temp., 

♦ 'i i sea amooth, spoke steamer 

♦ s.-vmour Narrows south - 

♦ liound 3.10 p. .m, . 

♦■ Tatoosh.— Clear; N". "W. wind; 
•■ bar., 29.98; temp.. '54; sea 
■♦■ sifiooth; out,, steamer Clt.v of 
■*■ Puebia I p. m.; in. barges Car- 
♦• ondelop and Vi'ashlngtoft,- tow-' 
>• inp. 2.30 p m. 
> Pachena. — Clear; northwest- 
,li-__frly wind: Jjar., 30.04: temp., 
*!ti454^. Quadra— ~teft w e.«itbound, 

♦ 3.30 p. m. 

♦ Fstexrin.- ■ !i ;. 
■♦- bar.. 30.06; temp. ■ .1 

♦ .smo'othT.-nij shippin;; 

♦• Triangle. — Cloudy; .\. p;. 
■*■ wind; bar., 29.54; temp.,* 55; 
-•- sea rough; Spoke Tees srmth- 

bound off Rles Point, 12.30 p. 

va,.... . .^.,^^-^ -. - 

Ikeda.— Clear; caltn; bar., 

bar., 29.98;" temp., 55; sea 

smooth; no shipping. ■ 

Prince Riipf>rt. <"l'iud>-; 

westerly wind, bar., 29.87; 

temp., &&; sea smooth; no ship- 
ping. 



The steamer had 1,.';44.962 feet - of 
lumber valued at $43,742, of yi'hich 
amount she loaded^ 1^018,351 fe&t, valued 
at ?23.21<i a.t--TacoOTa.'3ttcicided in the 
Tl'^aeoma cargo is -a -jdiipmcntti-f— 500,000 
feet -for the government at Manila, She 
also has 436 bales of- -hay.; for Manila. 
At Tacoma the steamer loaded 12,426 
barrels of flour, valued at ,^51 "48, to 
which Is addexl 82o barrers, H^ltiecl at 
J.'i.P.iH, laden at Seattle. 

I Barrels of Whale Oil. ■' ' 

j Tbe-most important aiid valuable 

.shipment of freight from British Co- 

Llnntbia ±s t773 Jjurrels ot "tvhale oil, 

[whi ch is v aluer! at J52,870. She also 

'took 130 case.si of canned salmon, < ilu- 

•ed at $780, from Vancouver. 

I The sa lmon shipment on the Belle- 

rophon Is the first of the-seaaon's pack 

tor the Orient and Eur ope, She has 

7,817 cases valued_at $35,731, of which 

she loaded 7,687 cases at Seattle. 

( The steamer Ningchow, which arii\ - 

led last week from the Orient wn.tt"147-' 

,450 tons of frelKht, is jqow discharging 

at down «ound ports. She will be the 

next of the Blue {''unnftLfleot to steam 

j from this j.rirt. 

'EXPLAINS NEW 

I TRAFFIC ARRANGEMENT 

Representatives of Toyo Kisen Kaisha 

bays Jap Line Will Get Traffic of 

Western Pacific Kailroad 



^ City of Puebia Out. ^_ 

"The steamer City of PuehTa~reft the 
outer wliarf .\csti'rday morning for the 
(iolden Gate «itli the following ))a»- 
Sf-ngeiR from lhl.S prnrr"^ Mrs.^ K. 
Wright. Mrs. A. C. Beckwell, W. J. 
I'onnflly, H, D. Prundon. W. VV. Gay 
and Mrs. L. F. Knight. The excursion 
steamer Spokane was also in port for 
.scvflial hours, -boqnd for southeastern 
Alaska. , " ' ' 




B.C. Coast Service 




Revised Sailings to 

Northern B.C. Ports 

B. T, rmurOSSS mOTAX. khUs Monday, Aucntt lOth, 1) p. m. liind e\-*ry 
ton days thereafter f/r \;ancou,vei:, Prince Rupert, Ketchikan, Ju- 
neau, and Skagway. .„,.*■..-,. ../, 

■. S. QTTBBir OITTT, «a.il-< evrr,\- Monday at rni(lniglif-~'Tof~;'VaWco<]yer, 
Campliell UlVer, Alei t lln,'.. lUinlv Buy and Itlvcrst Inlet Canne^leii. 

■. %. AMTTX, sails on Augnat aand, 11 p. m., and fortnightly thei-«after 
for Vaneouvcr. i:ampliell Iliver. Alert Ba>, .Vapiu, Bella Bella, ilkeda 
Ba.v. T.,OCke Harbor, .SklUgate, Prince Rupert, Port Fssiiigtwn and 
Queen Charlotte. - 

8. S. »»IirOBB8 BBATBlCB'-sallH, froiu N-aneouver A.uruSt 18tH. and 
\KVeri: Ti7.iM:«'-l3y thereafter at 11 |>. m , foi: .^-wannon I.<ay, Prince Ru- 



pert, Port, Simpson and .St^warL 

J'or rate.s and further information apply to 

L. D. CHETHAM, 

1102 Gov«rnment Street ' <'lt.v Passenger Agent. 



NEW CHIEF STEWARD 
' FOR PRINCE RUPERT 



Prince Rupert's Catering Department 

. of G. T. P. to Be Thoroughly 
^^^ — '- .Re-Organized. 



-jt was announced yesterday by the 
Lirahd Trunk Pacific's steamship sup^ 
erintendent, Captain NJcholson; that 
Air. E. W. Hamilton, has been • ap- 
l)ointed chief steward <.d' the:.'-,Hri««'e . 
Rupert, and that thtr entire df>part- 
ment had been reorganise<l ' 

.Mr. .Vickerson, the shore • . ■ : !■: j. 
the 1; I' P;, "has been In purboiKtl | 
cha;-. . : ihe stewards department of 1 
the i'riiicc Rupert during the last two j 
trips develoi)lng the reorganisation, j 
and the .ippointment of Mr. Hamilton, I 
who has had varied experience on 
'o7ean liners, Is one of the results. The] 
catering n£-tlio vessel, will in- future, 
set a high .^rtandard. 
■. A new schedule lia.s Wi^. n ,ii ranged 
^or the Prince Albert, which will give 
better servici' to tin- Queen Charlotte 



S. S. VENTURE 



Classed 100 Ai at Lloyds 



WILL SAIL ON THURSDAY, AUGUST iitli 

yia Vancouver 

C'iilliii- ;ii L'ain[.l)cil J\iver; Alert Ba\,J\.uers Inlet, Skeena 
Ri\cr, Prince Rupert,. Naas and Stewart 



' JOHN g^^^gi^^YrT^iefitr "^'^■'^^""™ •""'^^" 

34 Yates Street Phone 1925 I 



islands. She will call at Que^n Char- 
i6tTe"""cIty on .both— «ooth — bound 
nr.rth bound trips, and tills reairriingo 
meni iiermits of more travel up and 
"down the coast, and avoidK the .«tnv 
of a week between boats. 



SETS NEW RECORD 



Royal Edward Makes Atlantic Pass- 
age — Bristol to Quebec — In 
Five Days and 20 Hours 



.\In.NTi:i:..\l., .Vijg, 
adian trans-atlantlc 
broken" today when 



.10.- .\n f;,!!- 

records ,>veiia 
tile Canadian 



Northern stcameT"~Tf6yal Edward ur- 
nved nt Q ii eb e r H 'lr- < \. m- SbA left 
Bristol at 8 p. m. Thursday last (Bri- 
tish time), the voyage thus occupyln;^ 
five days a nd twenty hours approxi- 
mately. _From land to^4and the tiiii 
occupied " three days, fourteen and a 
half hours; — But lor fog the steamer 
could 'have made mucli bolter time. 
Shei.M due at Montreal at 10.30 to- 
night. 

Xtfetrooy Soap — <»lsfnf«et»«* — ^b stronf^ 
rccoin mended by the modieal profoMioa r* 

ftaai<3([usj.-rl aicuoet iviitnAvfi njiam*! tS' 



g? 



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♦ ••-♦♦* 



GOOD QUARTERS FOR 

CUSTOMS OFFICIALS 



Canadian Government Officials Will Be 

Well .Quartered for Insper.ting- 

Baggage at G. T P. Dock 



le features of the new 
wharves of the Grand Trunk PaclHc 
In this city is the well protected and 

spacious quarters -for the Customs of- 
(ieers. They will lie housed In the shed 
that i.« being constructed at the Junc- 
tion rif the two walks from either 
wharf.. Here baggage can be examined 
without djeta>' In the winter from cold 
wlnds^rf heavy rains. Although" the 
vla^fctfl from the piers arc about corn- 
ted they will not be opened until 
the new offices of the company are 
constructed on Whai-' --If.i! T'nls w i" 
be some time yet. 

The rock excavati'oi.s h;j\c now lieeii 
completed and the work of clearing up 
the lot has been begun. Huge tlre.^ 
have been burning the ln.st few eve- 
ning."^ to consume the debris which hn?? 
accumulated. 



-nil AGii, .\ug. 1.0. — William 11. 
.^very, assistant general manager of 
the Toyo Klsen K;il«ha Oriental .Steam- 
ship .company. ' the reiiort thai 
the Southern' Pn ...i and his com- 
pany had decided to part company. 
Th^ traffic agreement that has exist- 
ed between the co,mpanles if or many 
years will terminal' oii'-JainiBTy ieth, 
upon which date, the .Japanese com- 
pany will enter intii a traftlc agree- 
ment with tbe Western Pacific road. 
The contract between the Japanese 
company and the ^South' P 'iVc cair 
rieil a clause which per ifRSl- 10 
withdraw from the contract uiton giv- 
ing six months' notice. Such notice 
was given In -New. York on July 26th,. 
.'Mr. Avery said: "There is no Ill- 
feeling between Qur oojT(RHny'__Rnd the 
Southern Pacific foad. If we had not 
entered into the contract 'with the 
Western Pacific the. North German 
Lloyd Steamship company or some 
other foreign company would havo 
done so, and that .would not have been 
a good thitig for us. The Southern Pa- 
cific has Us own boats and we cannot 
therefore get all of Us traffic. The- 
Western Pacific, has no boats and*'we, 
therefore, get all of His traffic and also 
keep a country foreigB tii Japan from 
getting a foothold- on the Pacific. Really 
how'cvei-, under present conditions, the 
Oriental traffV' Is hot worth fighting 
over. It costs the Southern Pacific be- 
tween $300,000 anjl $500,000 a year To 
keep jM'^American flag afloat on— the- 
Papilic. 

^-^So long as the fiucz' ro u'to- ls taking 
tonnage f.Or ballftst. and if not tof bal- 
last at as low a rate as J8 a ton, there 
is not much chance for boats sallins 
/rom Pacific ports." 
, Mr, Avery- gald that. h<> did not know 
what the inland proportions of the 
through rate would be mffOll by the 
W'estem Pacific, hut he presumed it 
>vould make low rates in order to In- 
duce a large movement of bii^ine^s 
through the port of "San Fr 



Fruhling Dredge H^rt. 
The Fruhling I.)re<lge arrived here 
c'Uerdax; from Alberni, ■wh«>'reoShe had 
to abandon work owing to hard bot- 
tom. Sh<." is lying at the chemical 
wharr. . -. 



British Yeoman Chartered. 
The ftritlsh barque, |>riti.sti \'e<inian. 
has been chartered to load lumber at 
the Hastings mill for South Africa. 
She Is now- on her way to San Fran- 
cisco, and w'iil arrive In the strait some 
time 1» September. 



The French cruiser \lontcalm, which 
vlt<lt«d S«attle for several days Tins 
passed niK on her return to San -Fran- 
cisco. She. 1.1 due there tomorrow and 
thence to Saigon, the home port of the 
J^ench Pjiclflc fleet, 



Oihen buyin9 your Piano 
insist on havirvtj An 

OTTO niGEL' 

PtAno ActioT\ i 



GRAND TRUNK PACIFIC: 



port Pfii.Mj.; uiiM-.irr, .s'i-i;w aR't, qckkn ihaucottk isi.axp.'^, 

V;ji X'anrouver 

S.S. PRING€ RUPERT ■ 3.500 Tons - S.S. PRIVCE GEORGE 

J4fin<;l«-.v..- AnR4i»H -i^lli. ■! 'i ». m , i , Kvorv li'rl.l.a .. i n n „, 

and every Monday, therenftor. | 

Tor Seattle at Midnight 
Sfttnrday, Aug-. 1,1th and i Wedneidays. 

every Saturday thereafter.. .. | 
Returning — I.eRva Seattle on Sundays and Thursdays at Midnlglit. 

THE I N T E R N A T I O NJ A L D O U B L E-T~R A CK 

ROU'FE 

Penehe.s All Points In 

Michigan, Ontario, Quebec, Maritime Provinces, 
New England, New York and South and East 

Via. An,\' Kouli.. 

I''ine)«t roBdheil. modevn nnd hixuTlmiH irnlnn. J''i!r Information n« to 
rar«», etc., aleo for foblfrs and pBrtlrubirji in Grand Trunk Parlrie points, 
appiv ai tonip'>rary office, fJ. T, P. d"ck. Wharf iotreel, rear of fom. 
4-^fftr•. VVrUA-arlclephune; 

' W. K. DPPF.ROW, Telephone L'trsi HAROT.D nPOWN. 

'■. P. &. T .\ I 'ork and Freight Agent G. T. P. S. S. 

ijcneral Agency Trans- A llant le 8tp«mahlp Clnea, ' .. 




Large Halibut Catches. 

Ill lour da.s'S ,0(10.(111(1 pounds of hali- 
but were landed at the New England 
I'Ish company's dock The boats are 
arriving In closer order than ever 1m 
fore, with large catche8 eacTi f\:\y . 



Venture Due. 
After coaling last night at I'nlon 
Bay, the steamer Venture Is due to nr- 
rtVe" In "Virtona this morning from 
iwrthern B. < '..ports and will sail again 
t bis evening. 



Sechlet ticWays 
title Vancouver .oteac ■ ; - •., ■ \'- 
which V'"'*'"' "P in the Narrows^ last 
Sunda.v has been hauled out at "-- 
Wallace Ways, North " ' 
hav e her keel j.gjnitlt 



thp 



farama- Poaches Sydney, 
The Cnlon I'acllie company's liner 
Marama reached SvdTicv- last Tues- 



new liner 
Monday for 
700 tons, of 
Vancouver. 



Late. 

fogs In 



the 



da^ . from Victoria 
.Jiealandla l4»-ft Sn\ ,' 
V'ictorTn". after blading 

sugar for the refinery nt 

■ ., ■•» ■ ^_^ 

Princess Victoria 
< iwing fo the heavy 
straiL_iJa)ilt(.rdayf tlte .Princess Victoria 
was >somewhat late in arriving aiirl 
was dorkerl at ttrn, outer wharf. Sbe 
brought 352 pass'mgers to this CltS'. 
Tho <'harloitP left ■ from the Inner 
wharf as usual. , 

Going North On George. 

Tho.so who arc leaving from ibi^ 
c|l\ oil the Prince (leortje timiorrovv 
morning for Princ<. rtnpi-rt andvva>- 
port."? are as follows: Airs. tJ. Han- 
,son. Mrs. ..V,.. ('. DaSis. Misy M. Diivis. 
Ur. A. F, Watt; Dr. 1'". .\I..ntc':i ttibcrl 
and Mrs.- W. i". Anderson, 



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Amaligamated Development Co. 

Our Statements 




Read This ! 



Cordova, Alaska, August 3. — The party of shareholdterl' in the 
Amalgamated Development company have now spent a^ week in 
looking over the oil holdings of the company, and are impressed 
with the extent and nature of the resources. The party has visited. 
Katalla wells, Redwood well. Chilcat well, and headquarters at 
Chilcat and Burls creeks. The members have seen the oil bubbling 
in the borings and numerous seepages. The only pump already 
rigged up at Chilcat well No. 1 yesterday pumped fifty-six barrels 
in a two-hour test. The high quality of the oil is unmistakable, 
and the party has been taken by surprise by the extent of the im- 
provements on the property, which include twenty-one miles of 
wagon road, two and a quarter mileOf tramways, camps and machin- 
ery Construction of a pipe line to Kanak harbor and the installa- 
tion of additional pumps, so that heavy shipments can be made in 
the near future are the next steps. 



I'll 1 .s stlWTa ii he I . u f cMs^crt°hT"lTr>Wtn-!rTTf tf-nTti T'n trrn rrf i is tvrd C(*f- 

lifieate^nTilixchange for $1 per share. ()ihcrs can liu}- for $_' jxr sli;irc,.,par 
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Telephone 4327 
518 Hastings SL, W., Vancouver, B. C. 



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SUN FIRE 

The oldest Insurance Office In the world 

rOUNDID A.D. 1710 BI-CENTENAKY 1910 

Home OFncEi LbNDON. England 

Gaaadlan Branch. Sua Building. Toronto. B. M. Blackburn. Managar^ 

pembertoh & Sons. Victoria Agents. 



THE LO(^AL MARKETS 



raodalun*, 

Hran, ptT 100 lb» i . ._ 

Short*, PIT 100 ll)». ... 

Middlings, per 100 Ibi 

Ottts, p>'i- 100 tb» 

Keed Wneat, per 100 Ibi. ... 

c;ru»h«d OiU». IKT 100 lb*. .. 
Uarlt-y, per 100 Ibn ........ 

(■■■u.hed UarK-y. p.-rltfO Ibi. . 
.-hop Fuinl, P'T 100 Ibi. ... 

Whole Corn, per 100 lb». ... 

Cracked Corn, per 'lOU Ibo. . 
Feed, Corniiical, per 100 Ibi.. 
Hay, Fraser Hlver, per ton . 

Hay, pralrlo .. ■ ■ • 

E««i— 
Fieih lilar»d, per dozen 



1^0 

-____ . .|_j_^i 

1.70 

■ l.S'i 

2.10 

1.76 
1.50 
1.60 
1/60 
l.bS 
1 !)0 
l.»0 
I4.00®25.00 
10.00 



FINANCIAL-~C0MMERC1AL 



Biilern Bdn*. pff dQ^n • 

Ctaoo'O — . 
C«nKdian. per. 16. ...,...,.. . 

Ntufchaiol. mcb ■ 

Crearii. local, vtca 

BiUtt-r — 

Albertn. piT lb 

Beit Dairy 1" ik 

Victoria Cream*"-*. V'f >>■ 
Cowlchan .Crt-uinury, per lb. 



/^= 



'-;p v- ' -X_ :~: 



FIRE 




JIRE SALE! 





Today, at 9 a.m. 



Comox Cr««m«ry, per lb 

k«U hprluit 1*. C'rtiiuuarx, klik« 

tlvur. 

Royal Ilouiehold, a bag .... 
Luke of the Woodi, a b»«.,,. 
Utiyal Standard, a ba* . . . . . . 

Wild Ui)i<v per iuck 

Kobln Hood, per aack 

1 tilnary. a bau - . . . ., 

.Snuwriuke, a bug 

lirUied Priovv, per Bark 

Thrntf Hiar', per aacl^ 

MofCel'i Bcil. per baif ...... 

Meala. 

Beef, per lb. ...» ..» 

.Mutton, per lb. • 

Mutton. Auitrallan .;........ 

Veal. dreaa«d. i>er lb .< • 

Get-et', drtrnit-J, per lb .* 

Chlekcna. per lb 

Chlckerii, per lb, live wdlBht, 
I>uck«. dreaaed, per lb. ....... 

ijHatni, per lb 

, I'ork , 

I Klinr;"t«ble. per lb. 

Leiuona. per doaeu « 

' (jFanifei. Xaval 

iiunnjiua ■ «,• 

' .Vpl'K'a. ■• IbB 

AvpaiaKUs, (local) 

;<^r'M-ii I'eas, Ji Iba 

' .Spinach,, 4 IbJ '. ; 

; A ppli. 3,, ' per box . 

(Irapo Fruit, (Cal.) 

(irapo null (Florida) 

^ .Sii awbtrrlci, p<-r box 

{ TcKriat»«u. 

Onlona. • Iba ror < 

Beetii. per lb. 

Cnrroti. per lb 

i Dnluus ( A uiilr aJiiul.jL..-.a.._Ui»— .— »- 

'Idmutofs t J''l(;rl(la), per lb.. 

Arllchiilu a, l(ilol:i-). (.at-ll-.,.. 



.40 
4t 

1.00 

1.90 ' 

1.90 

l.So 

J.!)!, 

1.90 

1.H5 

1.7 6 

1.76 

1.86 



.V6V.20 
.200.24 
.36.tt.i9 

.2VO.ll 

.1* 

.10 
.190.60 
.I5«».4« 

.It 

.HMO. 16 
.36 
.16 

2.60t(>3.60 
.1A0.12W 
.16 
.10 



Finest Productive Orchard 
Qnyancouver Island 

Eatateof 26 RorPsTa mlloa fr'Mn VMetnrla f'Uy Hall, for dispos*!.. 
Kino rfsldoncc «ii.l outluilltiinKa. Orchanl lii Uh- lilKlicst -statQ of <-iil- 
tlvatlon, and (Miiislatlnjf uf apploa, pears, chi-rries, ulums, small trults, 
t-tc, etc. 

We want ap offer for this property, which is oxcollomly situated 
for suh-dlvlslon. 

.KJftccn-acre orchard mainly in cherries, and sliowlng most excollotjt 
rptiirn.s: 2 aadLxxnii-quartor miles I'rdm Victoria. 

See 11.S for somV very clicap iuaide prpperty 
View streets..,. ..;--—;._.....„,„. _ 



Make us an offer 
on ■ Forvi. ixuigUis and 



BEVAN.GORE & ELIOT, 

Ph6nes 2470 and 2471 1122 Government St., Victorta, B.C. 





Arvlchoki-B. Jeru«/iieiu, 
I'ttrsley, per tjui»ch . . . 
Celery, per buoch 

L'ucunibera 

New I'otalouB, & \he. 
Cauliflower, each . . . . 
Cahbiiife, new. per lb. 
l.t'tiuce, a bead ■■'«.^«r-> 
"tiartle, iter lb. .■.,■ ..- 



IW 



.«» 
.•I 

.01 

25 

.26 

.10 

t 

.01 
.10 

.10(u.li 
.'.til 
.20 

.06 

JIM... 



VICTOBIA STOCK EXCHAWOE. 



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I', Id , Aakod. 



uiU 



.08 
.14% 



.07 
.64Vi 

.21V4> 
1.50 



$50,000 WORTH OF ELEGANT GOODS 

Consisting in part of Coats, Stoics, Muffs, Featlicrs, Etc. 
Including $20,000 worm of South Sea Seal Skins 

The equal of which for elegance and richness cannot be obtained elsewhere in America outside oi New York City.; Much of 
this stock having been damaged but very little by the fire which destroyed oiir premises, m.ust all be sold just the same, re- 
cc. Ladies! Don't miss this opportunity in a lifetime to secure the richest and rarest gifts of the boutnern 
Seas. You. can buy them and have them made up by your own furrier to suit your own tastes,, 



gardless of price 




THE 



B.C. Fur Manufacturing 



ifl'WjMlit.iii A 'j 



904 Government street. Close-to the P. O. 



Maricooa 01 



Under Canadian 
Corrtrcj 




eies 




(Kumisliofl by 

Stock—- 
.Vlberta /CanR<llnn 
Amer.-Canadrah Oil ... 
Can, Northwest Oil-. . . . 
Alberta Coal and Coke. 

; Diamond Vale C. and C. . 
International C. and C. . 

i .N'icola Valley C. and C. . 
Royal Collieries ....... 

i A\ . : ... it .n rT v. .PnnL n.nH ^ n^^n . 
B. C. Perm. Loan 129.00' 

iDomlnion Tru.il Co. ... 98.00 

i at. W*»t Permanent. , /120. 00 
rac. Whalins com. .... 66.00 
Cacific WluilinB pfd. ... 76.00 

Stewart Land 

ri. A. ycrlp 625.00 

Bitier Creek 

Bear River Canyon ... .05 

c.lacier Creek 

Main Reef 

I ('). K. . li'ractlon ....... .^. 

Portland Canal, ....'..,. -34 

i:ed Cllfts ....'.::^4....». L4flL 

.Stewart Al. and D. .«.* 8<4S 

.Vugget Gold L20 

J.,a!<i;iuetl '^S 

1-ucky Calumet .03 

Snowstorm .55 

Rambler Cariboo •.,,.. .23 

600 Portland Canal at .34. 
-inn Stewart Mr and D: at >3.4S^ 



.). I 



.10% 
.15 
.25 
.•04 

.65 
.75 
.24 



X2«.0O 



28.00 . 
.85 
.26 

.10 

.34% 

.10% 
.05% 

.30 



COLD STORAGE 



1. iniOLD 



Goods "received 
" given. 

'J\']cplionc 2282 




E & ICE CD, 



\'ictoria, B. C. 

at .all hours. Expert attention 
Consignments solicited 

P. O. Box 875. 



PORTLAND 
CANAL STOCKS 

BOUaHT AND BOLD ON 
COMXISSION 



R. D. MacLachlan 

MeinbGr Victoria Stockbrokers' 
Association. 

Board of Trade H'alMing. 

Phone -10 6. 



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ITEW TOKK STOCKS. 

(Furnl8b«!^di by r. W. Stevenson &' Co.) 

. Close. 

.\Tnerlcan Car^Foundry 46% 

American L^combtlve .-.•,• SS-^i 

Amer. SuKar and Ref inintr'. . . . . . 118 

; Ainalgamated Coppter ......... . 65 ?i 

*Anierlcai:> Sidelter , 6S 

Anaconda .*C 40 

. Atchison . , ' • S8 

.Baltimore and Ohio '. . ' 1 07 % 



Plione 2^156 



P.O. Box 793 



WANTED 

Pacinc Whaling, com., iinii pfd. 
Great West Permanent Loan, A 

and. B. 
B. C, Ptttljanftnt Loan 



N. B. GRESLEY 

Stock Broker and Financial 

Agt. Mernber Victoria Stock 

Brokers' , Association 

Room 16, Malion Block 



W. LINDLEY, Sole Proprietor 



Brooklyn Rapid ; Trust 
Canadian Pactfld^i 
Chesajj.eako and Ohio 
Minn, artd St. Vaul .:; 
Colorado Fuel ....... 

Consol. aos ........ 

Erie 

St Paul Railway ... 
Great Northern pf d. 



75% 

.lijo: 4-t 
73: 

mi 

29 
12i> 

24'Ti 
123%- 
.124% 



Uiinols Central 1 :"» 



Intorl. , Pump . . . . , ■ 

i Louisville and Naslivlllo . . . . , 
Mlsfiourli Kansas and Texas.', 

Mi.><f<6uri Pacific ,■ . . 

Norfolk and Western ........ 

New y ork Cen ti^al ' . ; '.;...., . 

National Lead 

Northern - Pacific 



38% 
32 . 
51 

11;: 
r. 1 l.;. 

1 r> I4 



Oldham & Matterson 



I'lumo 2358. 



1122 Govt. St. 



FOR SALE 



one good lot, I , : : 
art. Must be soid. 



v.ery ch« .p 



TO RENT 

Six roomed house,- James 
Rent $25 



Bay, 



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Mining Stocks 



ASK US FOB FKICZ9 
Buy or SAle 

Portland Canal. 
Stewart Mining. . 
Red Cliff. 
, .Glacier Greek, 
Portland Woiidor, 
American Canadian 0\\. 
Canadian Northwest Oil, 
m^AGHOBN, G"WYNN A CO.. 
Vancouvar. 



Advertise in THE COLONIST 



STEW ART 

WE WANT- STEWART MINING AN© Dl^VEL- 
OPMENT CO.'S SHARES , 



♦ 

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STEWART LAND CO., LTD. 

Offices, 9, 10, 1 1 Board of Trade'^uilding i 

♦ » « ♦ ♦ t H I t ♦ t t t i t:4 * * ■» a. » * * a a • *-^* * * * > • • • » < * »> ■ » < »«♦«♦♦♦• 



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Under Canadian 
Contr^" 



Pennsylvania .. ..,_.... '^ 1 2'.t 



Capita 




Study the following jprices 61 oil stocks and see 
what this Company's prospects are: 

Isstie Price. Prese.iit Price. Divitlends. 



Lucilc :.'.•.$ »i5 


. $15.00 


]o% monthly 


S'l'MT Dough 10 


,V*"' 


io%''monthly 


Stcrlin- 35 


4,00 


25% quarterly 


C.'«Mbnu . . .' .. . .15, 

San l-'rancisco and 


• 1525 


25% monthly 






McKittrick $io 


. ■' 




shares" tT:: ^--'5 


2,8.50- 


30% monthly 


I'c-rlc^^ 50 


7.00 


6c per month 



•Most of these companies pay special, bonuses in 

addition. ^^7^; " -T^-r^; .- . 

Dividends on Listed StocksTof ;May 

^jTotal Dividends to Date, 

■ ' . J?:? 1,284,902. . '■\..:r'-'' ' ...;.:.. : 



This Company owns, a lease of 60 acres in section 32, 12-23, in the very 
heart of the Maricopa Sunset Field, surrouin'Hed by gushers otflowittg well^ 
for a rovaltv of 1-7 of the oil produced. ^ . ' 

The Lake View Gusher, within 2 miles, has produced over $3,000,000 in 
•Oil during 3 months. Now flowing 40,000 barrels, per, day. 

The Obispo, within % mile of our property, brought in a 10,000 barrel 
Well on 5th June at 1,800 feet. , - 

NOTE TtiE_L,OCATION— WHAT OUR NEIGHBORS ARE-DOING 

Extract from the -Los .'Xngcles Times, July i7ih— From a correspon- 
dent— On Section 30, which is within three-quarters of a mile of the Lake- 
view gusher, a tremendous well has recently been brought in, which I saw 
flowing at tl-.e rate of 1,000 barrels per hour. .As Congrcs.>^ma.ii lialc I'.is 
aptly said, i jMcfer tlVis wiMl to tl.ic big otic of the Lakevicw, as it is aixso- 
Intciv under control an«l .should he a steady, producer for years to coinc. 
TJiis'well holds the < i m ihcMidw-ay field- for-^hax-Tn^bccTr-drrllcd, in 
seventy days with a leii-intli casing its whole depth of. 2,i65 feet, and its 
produc'tjonis i-emarkable wlien'it is considered that the oil was struck after 
the drillers had^nierei^i the oil sand but two fett, wliereas til the (ifse ot the 
Lakeview, I i.i.ndWsta(id t'' ■■■ -ntered the oil sand sixteen feetbefore the big 
prndiicti(ni came ab^it -tiiith of Srclion-30, the cpmpany is drillhig 

: ■;!'- I'll t.h>i • , -iwns on Section 32.- ' One of the 

wciJh li. down oybr ,i,,jui-« Kt-L aiMj wm n-.n.h tlic i.)il sand at about i.'^oo fee t. 

,,Thc Midway Ndrthcrn. wit hin 30Q yard s of t his Conipany's property, 
brought in a similar Well on, July 4tli last; at a tlcptK"o0^of^t. 

Contractors expect to rc-ach'oij in <)0 days. ~,, . . _' 

One Well Producing 1,000 Barrels per day Means a Profit bf $$60 per <Jav 
" •■ to the Company 



Peoples Gas, 

:. Republic Stnel .... 
Southern Railway' . 
.Southern Pacific , . . 
Texas PaeiQc .,. _. . .1. 
Union Pacific .^.*i'..l 
Utah Copper ; 1. i . . , 
tJnlted .«itateR SJtecl 
.. do pfd 
Reading . 



loSU 
30 

■ 2-:i4 

1 1 3 Si 
'.'fi', 

iiir. 

4 5.% 

B»% 

115% 

141% 



Mort^affes For 



Sale 



DISHONEST CROUPIERS 



"^e» still have some first-class mortgages to. dispose of, 
one of $45,.ooGufsr five years M seven per cent. Weespecially 
reconimend-as^c*:>ntain^ig all the elements of gOod security. 
■Particularly can be.t-litaincd from ,-. 

The Dominion Trust Co., Ltd. 

* ■ ■ ' ' 1 

Temporary Office "100 r^Langley Street. 



Ingenious Devices Employed by Erh- 

ployes to Rob the Proprietors 

of Gambling Houses 



njhw ^ i m mM I i Mi r jr.jeMtm 



MnK»rM,iiijiirwawrv;«gai»»ihc«M»»»;««a»J,~M«^w-yuji«»»««««M 



■ jm^nM , w^ wi j ii .w,a i iiM' w if * 



Drilling Commenced July 2()th. Watch the Drill. 

Over 250, i;i(X) Shares li ! ' ' -. ' ^ ivnvate ' "''■ r k:i;uit .:■' ^ .Liicouvcr. 

Shares of $1 iTilly Paid and Noii-Assess'ible, now each 2Sc 



i)^ 1 1 



j,o(X) feet. 



As s(.X"in as ilie I )ri 1 !• reacTTes' \ ,i nn > icci liie \<\w<c wHlbe .raised, to 5pe. tjij.wi 
then subject to quotation on the Oil Exchange.- Today yot^4>«y dollar.rkills for 25c. 

I Will Pay 5c per Share Cash for an Option to "Repurchase These Shares Apy Time Within Six Months at $1.00 per Share 



ncc 



ArT. Frampton 



SEND FOR PR03PECTU.5 

FISCAL AND TRA.NSI LR AiiiiM 



PARIS. Aug*. .l:3.-^Eveirybody knows 
hpw fraely tbe,.«old.- colps roll on the j 
gnmhltn)? tat»le.«si of the many <>asih03 1 
jat the winter and suhni^er I'eisor.ts, but! 
j what the, general pufc'lic does not know | 
I are the numerous measures of prectui- 1 
1 tlon Avhlch the managers take to avoid j 
Kome of the gold bethg appropriated, by I 
the employe Who is, suppijsed to o\'er8r>e 
tlie slake and to distribute the wirinlns."? 
and who Is weli known as the Croupier. 
I It seems that nothing better was found 1 
j thsirt -to-foTibid these croupiers to hav. 
I any pockets In their clothe.s. But vnrl 
jous tricks, it 4s said, have been resorted 
! to by thosa-JKlia yielded to temptation. 
oiie of which was to have little ppck- 
!,et8 under the sblrtfroht or-«t^4he baeit 
I Of their ties. The ma.1or1fy of the orou- 
! pters aire ntj'doUIH .severely honest fihd 
I conHtiicntlo.ua men, ,who wotild not an 

! proprlate a .single .col."_. P,'!if-J2!tlilll^ji£g. ^" 
I them, biat biocii stieep. are louml eV*ry 
' where, '' , ;■■'-.'■'-: 

j One of the latest tricks said to hnve 
!j,i,een dlBCOVcred at a' provincial casin'^ 
I is a device in the t>ft.lett.e. or rake u.^ied 
' Viv the crotiplfr for raking in the moriov'' 
the table. The cro.'.s-plecr 
ike" was hollowed out. -and a 
i Hi.rap~7 'atiged th e coin to- g Ude eawii 
: ihc' inside of the blade and to rm. 
The rnnnsger."' of the casino <■ > 
,!,!■. a liow the gold louis dlsnppearr.l > 
1 invNt. rioiisly. and lnspcc.lo'r.'< wlm 

' wfiiclu'd tjio'croupicr's movements fsUod 
IJfor n long time to detect th»> trick. 
' When he wftK ftVrcstedBt Inpt rhrec pn 
lettes niied with 'the .cJCifi ' 
(,,und in his possession. 



A SNAP! 



,,. FIVE ACRES ON GORGE WATERFRONT 
This property was being held at $1,400 per acre. Now of- 

{"ffd f'lr a quick sale at 

$1100~PER ACRE— $1100 



N. B. MAY.SMITH & Company, Ltd. 




.MhIi'.ii r,iaidtnK. 




Mahon Building, Victoria, B.C. 



1: ..Vk XresiRirs hm-r i" ■ I It 
.1 ,1 K ;i'.r honorary president of tlieii 
i.-,.s.j(!:ii!'in. the iirtive officer?! hrln;;: 
>:. H, Stnall, president: Dr. M ! 
[■re-sldent; A. L. .NrcDermott, ■' n' 

tioasiirer: M. A. Macdonald, I". .). 
I)»ane. M. B. King:, A. B. Mncdonald, 
IT." HiikfniKithrtm. J.-Lalvi)aw, .1, 
Brault. C^feorge Johnson, T, Gill rntl* 



F. W. STEVENSON & CO. 

STOCK & BOND BROKERS 

Members Chicago Board of Trade 
Victoria Stockbrokers Assn. 



14-16 Mahon BIdg. 



1114 Government Stree 



ORDERS EXECUTED ON ALL EXCHANGES 

Dealers in Local Stocks, Municipal, Governmc; ', Railway, 
Trust and All Other Dcbcntuics 



Pfivatc Wires to Chicago, New York, Boston, Montreal 



COLdmST'WAlil Sm BRING RES ULTS' 



mmm^^^ ' mWW'f^'^Si 






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VIOTOHIA DAILY/ COLOinST 



T>iur«<l«y, AMBu«t 11, 1»10 



CCAaSUUW ADVERTWINO KATM 

nil* e«nf K word each InMrtlon: 10 per 



four 



In»«rtloii«— *!a«h wil-. „.„,. 

SuBlntM and l"rof«..lonal Card»-ot 
tint, or uud»T— »1«U V^r week. 
No »dVrU.eiuonl cU«r*.d oo «cco«nt fpr 

JUSINESmBE)CTORY__ 



BUSINESS DIRECTQRl 



rt'Bwr gUHB Moviwu vans _ 



piano m 



ovlim van* Phon» UiH- 



Oinoft 



BUSINESS DIRECTORY, 



(TTOKAOK ANUWAWWHOCWWO 

ARr BT., FOOT 



CONDENSED ADVERTISING ! WNMNS|^J^9«R]^ 



THJB DKVEBBCX teBW^VMf""'^ 



TMr-ratidori. 



OLA88 AND GI.A»iyQ 



OF OLABS 



VKBY UESCUlVTlON 

TUo Melrote Co.. Ltd.. «i» trorl 



E' m't-. '■'.T«Vt:";r*i;^.alle.' iroa.n«.?*al 



. of Yale.: comnHMlon. •torfM. »[.•'_• 



of Yatea; 

J» -HMrtlVI ' 
No. 10. Phone 



hou»ln»> jwiufay y«r 'q * |^°,* ^^^ m2t \ yj^fj^sTVS-Xy-^AHPKKtnllB 



«4TORAGH AND WARBHOU8INC^^lM«1 
O feet of Uoqr »p*c«. Apply ^.„"- 
can, &8B V 



kadcd, etc. 
Blreot. 



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WKFITH. H. a.. ARc^IITKCT. 
Uovernintnl SU rhof»u_14_89^^___ 
XirSNlXST"' AUCHlTliCT 



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Ofhou, & Sl»iKr» U^pok. jlj^" "" "*'• 



rACUbivK, 



AH^\mWT:~i>::*^'^^^^ 



HABDWAK*! 



T-»R10R B G. & c6r-TlAKDWAKK AND 

i„i.„.„t. atiii .(l.ivcrnintnt Htn. 



— UK 

john«on and tiovcrninint 



CO.— 



milK HICKMAN TYB HAHOWARK 

^i ■ Ltd.. Irop. .teel. ^^'^'^I^T't^ C 
and S« Yttle. .i,pet. Victoria, q. C. 



TBA8 AND fcOFFKM_ 



oilNBRAl. AOKNCV -. - 

■1009 Fort 8)kr«el. Houri »•»« K> *•»" 
Telephone <*'• 

COUN- 

iry at onc«. %i day. 



TKACHBB8 WAWTgB.' » 



rpBACHEI^ WANTED FOR 
X achool. Al>l>l>' J. H. Mulr, 
tiooke, a. C. 



800KK 
Secretary 



CONDENSED ADVERIiSiNG 



n/i loir 
aaboM 



X7V7ANTBD-«OOD COOKS ALSO THREl^ 
yM ho mcmoldi and »everal gi-ner^l maiail. 
rnWO BXPERIKNCKD DRKSSMj^K Ellt 



phone 681. 



"ilsiBKR, LANIMi, KT<'. 



OtlH-e/ llti 



^. Boom IB Klvu SlKV^'in Ulock 



li. C. 
L-U98. 



EUWOOD WATKINS.. 
om IB Klvu StKi^'in 
Tolfcphcne«: Odico ii>i». 



V luloila. 
Heulduucu 



lu.TlSb. NKW 



B'^unain^'col^erBroad and Johnnon 



► ANNEKMAN & JtDUN 

ncr Brott- r , 

Vlcu.rlu. Modeni; offleei. (ind tur 

TalouNioN-sT. 



ART U(w\KS 



■riuitTV 



l.clKlicl 



AF. UUV, UVlfcUi 
, • e.p.rlc.ae.v in A;;^,,,^^";,'',"^ i,,,va,o 

t'ho.ie ta-l- .- .. ■ ■ : 

" x w ■■ luSH01.T>t-<ftr CO.. MANUrACTVlK- 

• 7~. AUTO-MOUIIKS _____ 

:i BLM>l'l.Y 



atrfi't 

nli>h"i1 rooi"" __ _^j.. 

C'^\S^'.i\;i''?'jVom Uouorn to top, 

Uar ttiwa>» •upplL.'d with uest »uu>i» 
I., MiMiiinid. prmirlelor 



^^"^- "• n,ln.ng.^"omco'"mp/rl.. ^ hotel. 



/I 

\.J lari(l», 
t'.O. Box t!8S 



iTTjnKRTAKlNO AND «MBAI.MIWO 



want work. 



^JBVERAI. CANARIBfTKOR «ALB— «UNG- 



HE RKl-KIVKU 
by thu undemlgnod lip ■ llU_ Baturday, 
AUKUal 



A i^PLlCATlONS WIM. 



20. for 



aaalBtani 



/VUMuai. .«.". •"• t'l" po»lilon of ^ - ,. ,, 

tracher of Eaai Ward .cl.ool SIdrity. H- ._. 

■alary »80 pt-r month. Frank J. M. Noril». 



»»><'r»tary. 



K 




N' 



NICEST l.O- 
furnlnhcd 




VeWHOTEL llUUNaWICK. 

tallon In VIclorIa, "''■"•',>', „,^,„ raUa 
All car. P«.. hou-!. Two .■,.[> .u,r... corner 

COHNKH 



w. 



J. HANNA. UNDERTAKER -rAR^ 
lore 920 Yate. St. Graduate U. »• 
course of «n>halmln« Con'"-Xne 61l' ai 
Navy. Of lie.) phoriB 41*8. Rg»- P ,*!"!!!,!. *t 

VVlWl^mKHtNQ AND UKCOBATINO 

"^.TiLES & SHARi', CIJ^THICTURS FOR 

ophoUterlpw. ri-movlng and 
Liirppls cU-aued, etc., '" 



H KIH I.Y RECOM M '=-,^'P''f '~^ 
hoii.^lt<^"Pcr for bach- 
flor'i .'ilablLhtnent. H«ferenc«» most aaua 
fiwnory. " ' r— 

, E-^.J-.. 



mo BE 

A. capable cook, 



HELP WANTED — MAI.K 



15, FDU STORE, AN 



WANTED YOUTH, 15, FOK ^ L,,Vw » 

opportunity to luurn bu«tnc»». Apply-. 
L.c.tw<-t.'» ri oi* 1, D8b -lolinauii alictt. 



"OKBU-AH »C;HOOL DIKTRICT—TUB 
' board of truMti-^n Invlu-a uppUcatlonii 
for poel of t..achi-r, .alary f.'.O '""nth- A''" 
rli-e.. .fVroiary. Walter l-alL-mon, Kok.lla.i, 

\'uMOoiivi'r l.ian d. . 

OR KE- 
Claj 
Jame. Holhian, 



TO UtT— HOVSBiUEKPIHa BOOMS 

O LBT— FLRNISHED, LAROE BED- 

room with u»e of rtltilnurooni, kitchen. 

bath and telephone". Apply UQ. Govcrnnu-nl 

•treet. Jamre Bay No uhUdren^ 



CONDENSED ADVERTiStNQ 

KOOM AMD BOAM*. 



■\EACUEft WANTED (MALE 

male) for the rural .chool, Clayoquot 
dl»trk-t, B. C , Apply I 

.(.•cretary. Toflna. B. t-'. _______ 

NYe"i>- T EACH E 1 i FOR BURGOYN.E 
y .chool." Salary ii,U per month. Ap- 
ply G. E. Akerma^v iii;cretajy. 



T 

dli 



IT^OR RENT-TWO FRONT FURNIHHED 

X^ ■■ houaukueplnij room., onw »» bcd-jtluluy 
room, other kitchen, Ka. cook*r, .ink hot 
and cold wate.-, etc., buth, S* week. Barne. 
834 Courtney atreet. x 

T,_,_- j;£,^.:ij;unffi:aH'«p"" housekeep- 
Ing room., 819 I'andora avenue. 



HOL,bUfiB~7« GOUBfWFrtT.AT«-B*»> 
Te!. Ll«l«. Room and board', Urwn 



moderulM. 



Ml. 



Hall. 



6JT, 



OOVIiiRNMBN-J 



UNFURNISHED HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS 
[>2Z North Park .t 



treet- 



-WANT 



BO— ■ 



tSAXENHURST, 

R .tr.et. clo.e parliament bulldlnya. under 
new manoBement, I. place for home cony- 
frtrt., al.« tatJle board: •»"" «all«I»ctlo|>: 
worth a trial. Phon* 1441. _^___ 



ROOM8 
ate. Angol Hotel, 
puailo -cotirl nou.c. 



Lan'kley .treet, op- 



rSOFEBTY FOB BALB 



TO llKNt. 



TO LETr-not'SES 



w 



MAN I'O 



8 



Ytttc. 

rniTi COMMEUCIAI.. HOTEL. 

' Dougla. and Cormorant Sl» "I'";; « -^ 
City Hull. Kinova.-d throushoul "'"' \* 
iecond to nor.., f. city. Bur repl.-te with 
lh< bt.t. European I'l»" „'^"'*' ,,>,,„„. i 
in connection. .1. Lu.-.i». Prop. Phone-^ 



packing. 

furniture repaired a;id 

„oil«he.l. sua Firt si^hona2_l^-_______ 



ANTEU-^ LIVE lOLNG 

hanau- Uto InkuratiOo "".'•';'.•"""'"'" 
lur tlu> .ironK.sf and be»l .'^,'""1'^"* 
world; good iliiii>i; lor ilshL man 



In Ih.j 

Apply 

Muudy U^<J<^K Vttt^" 



world; gouu iiini>f lor '■■•■', -,7jj„,5 ^aue 
D I» 10 a. in., Uuum !). .M.oj'dJ 1/loclc, 

rrrXTTEU WANTEi:;=^r/^'v at T,HE 

VV Sira.nd Cafe, aoU J"''"«L"Ji-'"" - 



B 



OV. 1«, 

pli.HHanl 



gltuiitlon; 



, WUOJUESALE »«V OOOD8 



ri'oMi 
U'J. 



Xv^^P^ ruoPEULY invested Lf-;AT>d 

M u. for. on.-. Thl. re.ult "f/ J-;^, '^.V, 
talnod by pur. ha«ln« the be.t i6>. meal 



I ih« city at Tl.e Strand Cafo 



KAXllS? ttOTBt. AND CAFE— ALL .U>i_' 
""^O*^. h"?, 500 Johnson,. St. Why pay 
|-t""-f Icxpree.. t.ui.^f^r wr^gPn" ""," ' ,„..ra vchcU... >,..1U. can Ret tlve_ b.-.t t.-. 

with be.t 8.)od«. jot^pb Balansno. Piop 



wholesale wines and LI«tOHS 

mUH^N•ER-BEEi0N CO.," LTD. WHARF 

I SL Vl.'toria— Whole.ale only, all «ne 

iTadl-fg brVndH of H^oor.; direct Importers 

VVrll%> for Hate and prleer 



I'olonlBt. ____———— ^ 

WANTED IN 
ake order, for beat 

,u.t..n,-.nado, chUh.;. , '" '^^^.^'^ • ""'''"'' 
com..\l»»lon. Rex Tailoring t-o., 
Toroiilo, ont. 



/ 1ADBUHO BAY — IIOUHE TO LETkjI-UH- 
KJ iilBlieU iir ui-ifurnl.hed, for a year or 
more; Hl.\ at^re. of hiliil., low rent to care- 
ful t. nniil. :!37 Cof.>i.iUt. 



\v,'a.nteii ecu' kknt-eouk 

IiimlBhed. 
air.-. a. 



i'iiii,U)erlon & Sou, iH\ 



tXrA.N'TKU TO RENT— SMALL 
,\'V ern cottage, for couji 



riAO Let— Fl'UNIBUED COTrAGE, AL«0 
JL horn." tor sab-, f-iS Cal edonia avenue. , 

\ FiRNlVilED 

^\nt''^eple;;:be^ T: -APpTy-Btewar t Land 



HOUHE to KENT, 
beat le.ldpnllal fUstri ■ 



MOD- 

. pie; 'cU|Hii in; or 

OIK- block, from cur; i-easonable; fermajienl, 
l;;r> Colonl.t. '' ■ , '■ ^^. ; . • ^__ ; 

FUhNISHBD-'.'ROOM, QUIET; 
n 

!>02 Colo- 



l,-\OH',HALB— LOT AND BRIUtC WARB- 

1: hou.e, full .lottti-Bsfement; on Tower 

.)j:hn..)n Blreel, baok. on E. Ht N. depot, 
p.i.e {-,!.■,, 000. Apply Bo x 245 Cillolll.t. 

Tfuss aTHEET--N;-:w--3-TtOT's:t: HOL>£ 
jM lot 50xi:o, »3,2I10; IKOO cash, balance 
k:. i).-r month; no agenm- Apply -M. it. 



p.-r 
( 'olot.l.t 



HKAUQIAUTERS FOR l'"2"*:. *i'^'-',^i?.^' 
townaUe, 



Child & Co., Room »; iirtH 



W by a mIdcBeaged gentleman;, statu 



full parllculaxB.^ 
niBt. ' 



Ad..lreBB Boji 



ONE RELIABLE -M ' 
evi'ry I'.wn t.) tB 



L,imlledi 



WOOO AND FUEL 



AaT.Y 
enger.'^p''ro'"rp'tly '•"PI-""*!- "l- Cormor- 



»nt Btr.-et. 



Trit-'TOKIA TRANSFBR -Op.. 
V < pho'ie i;a.. '• 



XTO.. TlSL- 



BLIK rRl^mNO_ANI>_MAl^_2rr 

7rrr:f's~r^-i"i-ENGTH in o'nk piece. 

.^2 i-en.B per tool- Timber and land 
• EKctrlc Bluu Print-, and ..ilaa.-^P--. 



maps. 

1218 Langley St. 



BOATS AND ByOTNES-- 




l.-KS. 

Itar r.-plet« 



TRAND MOTEL CAFE. JOHNSON ST.. 
alwiy. op. n.. European plan; cul«lno 
unexcelled; bar be.t Kood.; rate, moderate. 
Wright & Faulkner. PhortJ HOB. 



B^ 



^UTEL Vk^TORIA— UNDER NEW MAN- 
agemeot. Moat central In ,cl Y. J3u, 



-meets all .learner, and train. 
Grant, proprietor.. Phone 480. 



Graham & 



ST. 



IIOTEU . 6«-64S TATES 

inrice and airy . 

cAvoy, 



VV'^'Eu^P'^.^VplAiLuJarie/and ai^ 



bar supplied with be.t-gouOa.. 
proprietor. Phone 1«33 



BOOKBINDJUIS 

"~ HAS . 



COLON IST- 

quiped bookbln 

c»u^^'tr-c^Jtlal=-^n- proportion. 



i cqulp.ed bookblndery m 



1\JIB BEST 
thir— provlttce; 



KOOT AND SHOE «EPAlKlSO 



.TTS'^T^nTy BHOE machines TliAT 



mWE WILLOAVS— THOUallGHLY ^RENty 
L vated througho'it, and equipped In tno 
most modern and up-to-data »lyle, and sup- 
pUed Tlfh ".e». good^. Alex. Llp.k y. prop. 

JKWKLLKRS, WATCHMAKKRM. ETC _ 



VV^iimON E ^.. DEALER IN ALL KINDS 
W t'? tnlllwotd, wood, bark, «tc. Four- 

foJt l."nglh.. $2.5« ■•"'rvTrf =St "phon^'oT*: 
$a 00 double load, aiu VJohn^_bt^none^_<^ 

T^T.IZIp'Tu'EL-T-'uy'a HEAPING DOU- 
C be load of abort cut <""' ''°" f. •,/;»,- 

HOTETmRECTaRY 



XirANTED^ASSlSTANT i"^,' ^ '^.'^''^Vpe r 1 1 
VV Apply .tailn« age. •alary' and e.xperi 

.- nc « ... IS7 Cjl.m.W. , 

rT7l^-lSD--BOOKKEEPBR - WITH EX- 
A-V ...-parlcnec In lu.nber trJda-— Apply Box 
:;r.u, Vi,i!:lorla. 



t ■cK^,_X&.Ui.o*fii J>f ^TrSae^- 



rnt> RENT 

......ithu 



TT.I 



I'h.mo 



or one 
480; no 



"the" 10-ROOM HOl'SK J^^''^' 

Bi>- 

1st 



l>UOMS WANTED FOR DELEGATES TU 
±■1- ih.> 13. C. (.^hrlBilan Endeavor Convcii- 
U..11 hi're August 10-13; slngb- and double 
rtioiii. ii.edtd. Write giving all pn.rticulars 
,i„d price to Rev. H. A. CarBon. Drawer 574. 

\\TANTED — - A' SMALI 
VV hnnSP. two or tbr 



Val.'B Hlreel. 



y.-ar from Septeui.b>-r 
.mall children, 



ITED-FARM-fTAND, STKAD.Y JOB 



to .ri »M tnan;. »:&S';l »3^ '"""'"■ 



Apply to D. AT^Down^gyr^ Hwiey^ 

WANTED — OtiE liELlABLE 
VV eve 

cuBtom 
eoinnila.tun. 
to. Out. 



-it 



fno RkNT— EIGHT-UOOM HOL'iJE; FIM'... 
1 ga.-dpn, elite district: >30. 18tl ColonlBt- 

rniV RENT --COTTAGE, A IiOft'H~ " ''^'OK 
n Yates. Apply IHS y.it.-». 



/ANTED — A 
hnuSP, two or 
A. W. Jones, Ltd. 



FUrtNlHHEl) 
miles from city. 



\v 



'Btrr-.-l. 



rnO RENT— HOUSE, NEAR OAK UAV^ 
J hotel,- JU5m6nth. Apply D.. Oak Bay 

poslottice. . . 

rrvTT^ASE for length of tlme, a 

L furnished sU-room cotta ge a ll •»f°';''" 

[Trnnveijlences, near ^•-'»*''1'~" ■5''^rfZ,'^''„^v *' 

Apply :tl South Turner street, James Bay.-^. 



ANTED "TO RENT ONJjEAHIS- ^^O^^ ^- •■ 
or 3_ yeurs^ ohlcken-ur small fruit 
jranch." ' Xpi?'? Box 'lOt' :<"o1'-'"'''t- 

WANT^JD— BllSCELLAiiEOUS 



ONE-TlilRD A'-'RE FOR »750y THREE 
blocks from car; car VvUl probably pass 

.yi.hlii i:; .nonilis; ..•'ili»y--.-l!iCni«. Pemberton 

6c- Son, U14 .Fori strt^l. ^ _. 

UJTl'ni^iP'MONTH MAKES PAYMENTS 
SlU on a ho.nisU.. In Parkdalo; cleared 
a..rt' under eulilvation; overlook. olty. 
I'l-l.-e »:iOO. Pemb.-rton & Son, til4 Fwt. 
T.-tOR SALE--LINUEN AVENUE, COR- 
i" ner of May strccu lot. :!, J. 4, S and 
li,- on car line. Prices »l,JftO to »I,»OU 
owner. B ox 242 Colonist. 

ON FIFTH 
1500; WOO 
balance $1B0 p«r year. Owner, WST 



I'ach. 



^:^OR HALE — LARGE LOT 
Xv. alrtel. JU«t off Topaz avenue 
cash, balanc 
:;i.__CoJpnlBt,. 



lake 



MAN IN 
orders lor best 



ry town to — 

made clothes li> Canada. 

Rex Tallerlng.co.. Ltd., Xoion 



lllgbest 



VANCOL'VEB 



A^ 



FETCH 1407 DOUGLAS BTREICT 
specialty of English watch repair tny. 



IHXMBRA Ht;TEL— MRS. 8, THOMP- 
aon * sons, proprietor.; R. »- ^-''^^P; 
BO.., ...ui.ager. corner S*^."". ""^ k. n -a 
BireelB, Vancouver, B. C. \ ancouver . tliai 
hotel. Sltuat.d in the heart of the cU>^ 

Modernly equipped ,/»'■•""«''""■,.„ Famec 
lunch a specUliy. European plan. Kamev 



7AN'i:.ED— CAPABLE SALESMAN TO 
c-oVer BrltlBh Columbia with staj o 
line. HiKh commlaslou.. with »l"V',w°man 
advance. Permanent ^.osltlon to right man. 
Je... H. Smith Co., Windsor, Ont. 



w 



T 



'O^KK NT_T ilE '10- ROOM H OUfl^a FUR- 



niBhed at 148{. Fort street, for six 



months or one year from September 
I'hone 2480; no small chlldrjirn. 



HANOFOHTE PUPILS 

lady teacher; also cn«ii«iJii»«»U »it 



DESIRED Bi 

a- 



piuno playing, uccompanimeuui, olu 
;-27 Colonist.*' '- 



LBKRNl— WANTED- TO LOAN— »1, 500, 

jiLKilJ^ lor three years, on Urst 

business propBxJy Tiere, Yftlthr 



UELI' WANTEU^JiEMALE 



\v 



Iiir ijood whiskey. 



B 



LACKBURN HOTBI 



E. BLACK- 



burn, propcuLir. Thla well-known and 



aUlB ONLY 
have 



proven BaUsfaciory la the '^ham: 
Made expressly for shoo r.,palrlug. 



plon. 

Xry th.-m. Jllbb 

Bite I'Biuages, 



3 Oriental Alley, oppo- 



BOTTLES 



IT KINDS OF BOTTLES WAN 1 ED— 
Ll^ Rl.NU&_ yj- ^^^_^ Victoria J""'' 

33U. 



A'^Go^^t'^'^ic- ;;:r.i:-" Victoria Junk 



JUNK 



VTTANTED— SCRAP BRASS, 

W zinc. lead, cast Iron, sacks, bottles. 



COPPER, 

I, bottles 
Victoria Junk 



rubber; highest pri'-.-s pald 

Store street. Phone 1336 



Agency. 1620 



I.ANDSCAPB OARDENEB 



Agency, 



162U Store stre.et. Phone 



TAMES SIMPSON. 951 JOHNSON ST^ 
J phone R1150. Expert on "H. »'*"'/" 

and orchard d.«talls, tre.>g Improv.Ml, scale 

reWoW-Urermfly f" ""^"?*Hl.,r"''c.ardens 

:z:Z-~ — — ; — TTTT lUry to flower, fruit or foliage. Gardens 

. HUME— CONTRACTOR AND ^^^^^ contract, taken, roaos ft specialty. 



BLILDEB.S AND CJTiNTRACTOT^ 

B, 



popular bo 
d is now op. 1 



lei enltreiy rebuilt and returnlsh 
Us ^lulrllnB. steam htttl. 



A.NTED-^MAlD FOR HOUSEWORK; 
small house; two in family. 40a Nan- 

eouver st reet. 

xTtaNTED— STENOGRAPHER. . APUIA' 
V V 5<word»-Adv«rti8l««- aarj flca . ** Hih- 
iM'ii Bldg. 



HOU.SE TO RENT— 1712 DENMAN ST. 
10 r'oomtf with all modern convenienc- 
es large garden- v^lrh flowers and vege- 
iabies twenly-four fruit, trees, ihlrly dollars 
per month or would lease for one year. Ap- 
ply Victoria hot«l^ 



jfVj-J .pur. 

»3,uOu; paying 10 per cent. Also ♦-•'"0| 
nrst' l«^-tgaffp,~ chotwBt- Inside-. r«.ld*a».Ual 
urooeny value ♦l.OOO.-tntcr.rst 8 per cent,, 
So? u yeara Slarcou & Co., Real Estate, 
Albernl. . , 



,Mm S\LE. QUADRA STREET, 0PP08- 
FV North Ward park, ■*<•'' V""l % 
r^>om house {3,300; $80.J cash, balance JJ5 
p^"-month:': wW pay rent! Owner, 

ift_CpJojil«-l 



Box 



lECHAAiCJa. GOOD H ABlTB. W IDOW- 



young Tady or widow, object '»«;trlmony 1 a.11 ^iSrounce 
letters strictly conlldenual. Atltlitss. Box , j, ^ ,„ 



wishes to corresponds^ with Jllcc 



PER CENT ON INVESTME.ST IN 1« 
days has been mad.. by ^ Parkdab; 

^OR .SALE -GORGE ROAD, CORXER, 

110x120 bi^auUIiO-homeslte. a"-"*'?,. 

„, SI 8M for a few dayn only owner will 

at Sl.uou^ 10' » MarrloU &■ Fe oWB, Jl!> 

sacrifice »iXJlx60J-^>f^^J->-^"j,';„%y^„l„g, a ,„ 



50 

pure 
havt 
cull 
ittcl: 
month. 

¥ 



171 Colonist. 



n^o RENT- 

X modern bungalow 



ri.NTED— NEW Laid eggs, small or 

•large ouanllty; will collect weekly ajid 
pay cash. 



IW 



FUKNl.iHED NINE ROO.MEU 

ngaliiw with 26 acre, of ^ ^ 

land barns, outhouses, etc., also use of cowK.^y ii„,Ha; phone RHi;.. 
for six months toinmenclng In September at 
$25 Utr moaHiT— The B. C. Land and In- 
vestment Agency. Ltd; \ 



i. L. w'alRor, Estjulmalt Road, 



TO LET— FURNISHED BOOMS. 



fine t-oiiwiiudlous rooms. 



room, 



nrat-cla.a dlnlng- 
ot 



best attei.tion to comfort of guesi.. 
American Plan Jl.io to '^■7, /"^V.l.^,,,^"'^; 
pean plan. 75u upwards. m \\ eatijiluai..r 

avenue. ^ 



\ \ TANTED — A 
V > for th« .care 

li.io Colonist. 



BESPONSJBLB OlRL 
of two children. Box 



rriU- X.EX-r ' 
X front -i. - 
nulred. 32s 



ITABLY FURN I.SHED 
, use of 'kllcheu ft ru- 
in street, James Bay. 



BOY GOOD MANNERED, !», NEEDS 
irome and continued education. _jKhere 
best sePiTc. will give him a chance Tor 
kind treatment by married couple or lady. 
Box 1 8 3 Col on 1st. . __^_^ 



^avenue. 



AnE and a half STOKY BUNGALOW 
owner. P. O. Box 818 ■ _ 



REPAIRS. 



MB- 



/^OMMERCIAL HOTEL— CORNER HAST- 
Kj logs and Gamble streela lUadquarterB 
mlninit and oommerclal men. Katus »- 
upwards. Atkins. Johnson Ik Ulcwari, 



F'^'bulWer Plans and .specifications prev 
pared'"Jor approval Kstlmate. n^rnlshed 
V any class of structure, ^'"?',* *:°r>o" 
tna_Ave., and Oxford St.-. P. O. Box ..o. 



-. TTNFF~BROa. BUILDERS. AND CON- 
Li^^mcto^r^e prepared t.> Slve^.rlces on 
all bulldi»K and Jebblng work. 1 hono 
We attendto_yo-ur order 

"\\;estholmb 

VV General . -. „., 

701 Broughton, Phon»^ 1806. 



DUMBER' GO.. ^^^■— 
nerttl Contractors and Bulldors. 



LANDSCAPE GARDENER P R U N 1 NO 
grafting and ill kind, of garden work 
aklUully done by day or cdntract. D. Mc- 
mllla.1 Room 7. 840 Johnson St Lato gar- 
dener to th« Maniuls of Breadalbane, lay- 
mouth Ca.tlo, Perlh. Scotland. 



lor 

and 

proprietors. 



WANTED AT ONCK— A LADY HELP 
VV to assist with light ,ho.u.ehold dUiUB. 
Box 20a Cotonlat. 



rno LET— FURNISHED FRO.NT ROOM, 
X (rultable fur one .or tw.;.,^ ,43i» 9u«:'»=<i 

street. • , . 



w 



'ANTED— WOMAN COOK. 

.Manager Empress Hotel^ 



APPLY 



w 



i:^TED^:SliES^^lAKER^^_ TO ^ MAKE 



Ky-n-'unv ,-»^"»>r;:.^' s., ']j::s^' " 



TTOTEL DOMINION-VVHEN YOU AR- I Kehool. 1157 Rock land a>enu. 

Xl' rive at Vancouver lake large auto bus 

Which will take you to t'>'» "olel free Our 

aervlco 1. the beift obtainable at the pi u.e. 

American plan, $1.50 to »2,U0 per day. Auto 

mTkes one trip dally around <,ianl«y Parx. 

F, Uuynos, proprietor. ^ 



X\7ANTED-GOOD .RBLI ABLE tJ I HL ^ 
VV tho Sandrlnghamr- l-'l- """»' 



AT 
laa 



mo LET— CO.MJ'ORTABLa. ItOOM iN 
X English honij.., overlooking park; board 
optional. Young English lady or Bentle- 
rrTan preferrpd, it60 H.ywood avenue. 



W chanlcal repairs, all "^J^TV^f ,^. nT f^^^ 
tioiiB of repairs; parts turned In hrass or j^ t, 

gteeir A. DaadrrJife. -gtmcral en«tnee.v ---• 

jUlanchard street, near Y. M.-JJ. A. 



¥'JlU\ WITH »26 CASH AND $10 PlClt 
J^J.\J\) month will buy ^ .1°^,'" ,b\S,':n, 
r..i,. ThiB subdivision 1b only JM> oio. ii» 
from 'c ™ and there^is a good P'o'Pcct^ 
[Zf passing J"-- .hht 10 s"at your <*n- 



will 



VxrOMAN WANTS CHARGE OF SMALL 
W rpomlng house; will go out of city. 
Apply Box 49, Colonist. - References ex-. 



ehanK<^d. 



a-VO LET— FURNISHED. LARGE DOUBLE 
. room with every convenience, 860. John- 
son Street; phone R90H. . - . 
F1-RNI.SHED ROOMS, 74S HUM- 



7HNE 

D boldl street 



LIVERY AND TRANSFER 



Oftlce 



AAMLLIAM F. DRYSDALE, CONTRACTOR 
VV ...wl builder Is prepar.d to give prices 
oVau'bulurin^ and fob'w,...t. R^.lden,^ a 
BpeV-lalty. Office 10.13 North Paikot., ine 
phone Ll.3.92. 



VICTORIA TRANHFIiK t-u., i^i. 
IZH.' Best service In the city. 



TEL. 



LIXHOOBAPHINO 



PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY 



BtrMpt; no Sunday work. . 

' IfrFViXiRAPHER WANTED IN LAW 
'S n?i,-.8 musi^ have had experience In 

?ga "; k and'bc familiar ^Hh «n ce rou- 

Une ani simple bookkeeping. Auph stat 

ing experience, etc., Drawer IB 



DENTISTS 



DR. LEWIS HALL, DENTAL BURGEON. 
Jewell block, eorner Yalta and Doug- 



Apply 

94 Coli>nlBt. 



mo LET— LARGE FCRNISUKD BBD- 
X room. 221 yueber street. . 



TF YOU WISH TO DISPOSE OF YOUR 
X law ,or theology books, drop mo a card 
Tnh I Win call t.u you. 1 win be In \ Ic- 
??rla unco a month;. Edwin ^J. Gal oway, 
new a«a Old book store, 78J OranvBle St.. 
\ ancouver. ' '. "' ' 




der 



ANTED— EXCAVATING, WBLL^ OUi- 
ging and concn 
2140 Third street. 



W'^'guig"and'Toncrute work. R. Alexan- 



CHIBOPODY. 



MRS. 
Fort street 



CAMPBELL, CHIROPODIST 905 



A 



CIVI L ENC.lS'EKRS AND SURVKYORS 

O NOAKES. B. C. LAND SURVEYOR 

■ ^ -. . - , Building. Broad 



LITHOGRAPHING. ENGRAVING AND 
Embossing— Nothing too lurga and 
nothing too small; your gtatlonory Is your 
advance agent; our work Is unequalled .west 
of Toronto. The Colonist Printing and 
Publishing Co.. Ltd. 



C. E., rfoo'W 8; Lee 

BlreofTTi-l gpt nme-34-7-.-^.-Q' Bo » -5.42^ — _. 
"TR — 5 ALDOUS. C.B.— All kinds of civil 
i? . enelnecrlng and surveying undertaken. 



"i^uT^d T^^raoB • aJul-tWBtrti^ a spe 
tlalty. 1107 Lan gley street. ^ 

G^ORE & MCGREGOR— X HERRICK Mc- 
GrcKor Mgr." Land Surveyor and 
civil engmeers Chancery Chambers P. O. 
Box 162 Tei; A504. Fort George offlco, J. 
\\ Teinpleton. Mgr. . 



LOCK SMITHS AND MACHINISTS 

HAFER, L. — GENERAL MACHINIST, 
new parts of all kinds made In brass, 
copper and steel, or any sort of metal. Ma-, 
chine shop, .159 Government St. Phone D30. 



las streets, Victoria. B. C. 
Office. j)57; Residence. .132. 



Telephones- 



DR. IL J. HENDERSON. DENTIST, L.KE 
billldlng, corner Broad and Johns.m 
Sis. Phone 2260. bfdcu hour.: 11.30 a. in. 
to 6 p. m. Evenings by appoinimenU 



VV 



F. ERASER, D. M. D.— OFFICE 732 
Yates St.. Garesche block. Ofttco 
h.iura: «.80 a. m. to 6 p. in. ^ 

DETECnVES 



71^^^^^:^=^^^^^^^^^^^ f'^f^ll, ""per 

-.h-^^r^atfi\5^'-WS-^;; 

experience and ag. . .Appiy i" 
Box 68, Kelowna, B. 'C 



w 



TANTED A 

mtnlon hotcL 



WAITRESS. APPLY DO- 



Ll'.MRKK M.VN-UF.'VtrrtRKR.S 



PROilPT DELIVERY— ORDERS PLACED 
with Cameron LurjSber Co.; Ltd., for 
lumber, mouldings, dotjrs, «hln«l<fti and lath.' 
Phone 864. Offtce' 855 Oarbally Rd. 



OBERTSON, A. L— BRITISH COLUM- 
u'-, ..»nd surveyor. 622 Fort street. 
Telephons L-1647. P. O. Box 



Victoria, B. C. 
783. 



C^ 



CAKPENTKRX. .TOINKR.S. JTOBBEIW^ _ 

IaHtAL . l.i - i i l; A.NV'jOBBlNa 
J facfory, A.:. J Ju.i.a. All kind.- of 
auerailon«,''jobbln« work, ""^ Van'io.jVer 
end Yaies slruvt; ofdoo phone B2011. Res. 

KT!) 9. ' 

CABIUAGE AND WAGON DE.\LEB.S 



MAS8AGE 



M^ 



LIGHT 



RS. EAR8MAN. ELECTRIC 

baths; medical massage, 1006 Fort ht. 

phone B-1966. , , 

OPTICLVJiS AND OPTOMETRISTS 



iA'.\NTED— TO KEEP HOUSE FOR 

VV . ^^ Aonlv 113? North Park 

>» ihr«e men. Appiy »»•>■ j.^, 
street, between tha hours of 

ANTED— WOMAN TO 

:ookll 
good 



/'lOMFORTABL.Y FURNISHED ROOMS. 
\J mod."rn home, moderate; phone R1841; 
terms; b.mr d optl.mgl. 1309 Stanley, avg. 
mf) LET— FURNISHED ROOM, MODERN 
i. n.-w bous.. breakfast if destrpd.- - 321 

Michigan street, ph.>oe R2377. 

mo LET — NICE SUNNY ROOMS, REAS- 
X . onat.le rates. Hotel Canada, 1318 Broad 
street. Phone LtlSl. . •- . 



V\ 

kept; 



l-BND 
aid 



cooking, smalt Xamlly; l.u--'>-it "' 
home, 183 Colonist. 



CLOTHES CLE.\N1N» ■ 



T>LYTH,'~ A. P., 645 FORT— OVER A 
X5 Quarter of a century's experience, and 
modern equipment at your service, tree 
lamination. Lenses ground on premUea 
Phone 2259. ■ " 



TAINTER8 AND rAJ-ERHANGEna 



TTIRANK MEI^J-O.'^PAINTING^^ CON. 

JD trastor. 1120 View street.. Phone 1664. 

HHNRY RIVERS — ^^PAINTER, GLAZIER, 
■^kilsomlner and Taperbanger, 7 49 Mar- 
^.. «. /-. E.tlmales cneer- 



B C DETECTIVE SERVICE, VaNCOU- 
ver Civil, criminal and commercial 
investlgattona IC S. Baroa, Suporlnlen- 
awx. ifead office. Rooms 207 and :;u8. Crown 
billldlng, Vancouver, B. C. Phon« 420J. 

Bloodhound I rallera kept. ^ - 

1 PACIFIC DETECTIVE AGENCY. DOl N C, 
X general line criminal and civil private 
detective work: or will, find the where- 
abouts of any persons whose Indenllly or 
Addresses are unknown. 909 Government 
street, phone 217 1. 

W'E.'iTERN DETECTIVE ASSOCIATION 
VV Room. 6, Sylvester block, Yates St 
commerclaLand criminal In veatlgatons ac- 
counts promptly collected, special audts. de- 
faulting, etc All business strictly eontldon- 
l lftl. Pbonr 2 487. 

LODGES AND SO CIETIES 

7 O F. COURT NOHTHEKN LIGHT, 
A.. No. 5935, meets at Forester. Hall, 
Broad, street. 2nd and 4th Wedue.daya 
F. Fullerton. secretary. ■_ 



TXOTSEKEEPER WANTED FOR^ilAJO, 
HranMly. Apply Mrs. Bloom. Empress 



rno LET-LARGE COMFORTABLE BED- 
X silting room, extra bedroom If required. 

us., of kitchen. !>»»'». '■'r"'<= ''«''^vv2fker 
pleasant house on car line. Mrs. Wa'""^- 
city limits, Esquimau road. Phope R1ii27. 



AGGAGB PROMPTLY HANDLED AT 
current rates by the' Victoria Transfer 
Phono 129. Offlco open nigh t and da>. 



B 

CO. 

\^7A.NTEb— TO PURCHASE. OLD -MA" 
W hogany furniture.^ clocks. ^Ifrandfather 



street, Bism arck, . Wash. ^ 

Eot;" MICHIGAN STREET', 4 Ox 12 



C4NAP— 

iO feet; high 

buildings, »!>5o; terms. 

Colonist. ^ 



car line; near Government 
Owner, Box lb4. 



dockSr- coins, siainps, etc, 
85 Johnson street 



A. A- Aaronson, 



-T-inH3BRN'«-ROOM COTTAGE Wn'H 
' S1/,E LOT IN ES- 



r qulmalt. *500 cash. Box 



113, .Colonist. 



' Albernl, for orlBlnal prlce JS^.O ».00 
.-ash. balancrv over 27 months at o i -' 

H W.. Colonist. : - 

— BUT 



w 



hotel barber shop. 



.NURSE FOP 



.non.h. - «ta_t- -^^^"'ply"' to""'"^""'"'"- 



■experience . - ,, ,. 

lio.x li'J. K<-lowna, B. • 



secretary. 



\T TASTED— A Waitress for-^ing ed- 

\ V 'ward .h.>tel, Port. A^nx-rnU 



TANTED I^r-155JZ?5I-EXPERJENcr«l. 

I 
and- salary 



7r«URNI.SHED ROOMS TO LET, All MEN- 
Jf El«a atreet Two iplnutef from c.P^R. 
wh art . ■ . ■ 

iriURNI.sHED ROOMS TO LET AT THE 
' Poplars, one of the most beautifully 

,.., . ,„,mlng .houses In Victoria, on cor- 

. .ville and Government streets, fac- 
, a, Tioteland Parliament Buildings, 
FiU'.l -.ip with all m ader ri cop yenl enc p. 
Only one minute from "tUhei >.^jt\irilut «r 
(" PR Docks, Large and sunny roKims, best 
of fare and terms moderal.;. Telephpne No. 
(IS12 Miss L. J. Green. ProprleK^ess. 



ANTIQUE JEWELERY, DIAMONDS, EN- 
gravlngs and pictures bought and sold 
l ilrs. A. A- Aa?on.on, 85 John>on street. 

M1SCELLANEOC8. 



THE 



A WOMAN'S EXCHANGE. 
, .dlBpl.sal of Jieedlework: htttrdlcraft 



FOR 

hail 
work will he 



u.Ki ev.ry bra-nch of woman- - 

held in the woman's .building at^ the fAll 

ralr^ Ladlea Interested^ may obtain ^ulle,r 



parllculurs on appilcatlon_ to 
itlchards. Royal Oak, t*. a 



Xl-TE HAVE THE ONLY ELECTRICAL 
VV key-aupllcatlng- mac.hlne . 



m 



yic- 



cash and »10 mor 

fi'14 Fort st reet. 

?^r55F7:^:^^B-¥5i «alb-™^; miles 

^ /^"'"';!fs\°'\'/Kood*m^rk"L "fosl to 
to clear, close to goou ^^j^ 

iehool ""I ^^hurche.^ wm cu^^ \',djolnlng 

purchaser foP. '" " i^„" i am asking. Also 
held twice thj! price 1 ^ going, 

good "^-vonty-ftve acre lart , ^^^^ ^^^ 

concerns, /^^" .•>>°'^£ you mean bu.lnes. 

;i??He'for"rarUcularJ^- No agent, need app.y. 

-Box Str.3 Colonist. 



A spl 



SALE 



SMALL ACREAGE OVER- 



Llmlt.'d, Duncan, B. t,. ^^^^^ 



T Vtvn-TED — WOMAN TO GARB FOR 



llk.« her to go 
Apply «2» Andrew 
evenings; VIclorIa West 



street, corner James, 



XX'ELL Fl'R-N'ISHED ROOMS — ALSO 

VV Housekeeping W.ma to J*-'- Electric 
light, bath, hot and cold. 813-817 Fort St. 

812 GORDON ST., 



,-'«l!RNISHKD ROOMS, 
near F-mpreSB hotel 



V . 

V 1ST YOUR BOARD Jt^^ ROOMS WITH 
JU ua. Warburtoiv 4-Co.. 1005 Government 
street., 



Cormorant. 



bsiiss^ajS^rJ^ 



GOVERNESS 



W. 



M^S.an'^bulJ.eV^''^-?^: Sfnno't'^^; , i^^ .Trlt. -Victoria. B.C. 
t!aten for durabUlty. 'warehouse 71t John- L„„y glven_o^J»PPlliatloj^ _^ 
„.a St. Phone 1326. - , Irj' g j^ p a- I — _ _P AlKT,a. ' ,V 

•to brushes; specialty of wallpnpe 
— i newest patterns. Give ma l» cal L 
- ■ - • Phone R-10S4. 



the 
Store 



/"CENTS' CLOTHES CLBA.NED. DYED, | 1607 Douglas street. 
\_r "repaired and pressed; umbrellas and 
parasol, innde, ^ repaired 

" ~ ■""■ '"' " "' "'"' "■"" ^a "de" orating" business and guarantee sal- 



II re-covered I milE MELROSE CO,, LTD., 618 FORT ST. 
SuTw: walker. 708 Johnson "st.r'^jSSr^^^t I T undert_ak_e^every^b^^^^^^^^ 



of Douglas 



Phone L-1267. 



\H CHONG— LADIES' AND GENTS' 
dry cleaning, pi^esslng and repairing 
on short notice. 
Victoria, B.C. 



LADIES' 

St 

1725 Government street. 



lafactlon. 



COAL AND WOOD. 



BURT GEO.— DEALER IN ALL KINDS 

of wood and coal. Deliver..! i - any 

pari of city, at current rates. . ^JS. 

yards, 735 Pandora. 



PATENTS AND LEGAL 



ROWLAND BRITTAIN. 
Attoincy. Pat.rnta In 
Falrflcld building, opposite 
vor. * ____^ 



REGISTEREJ 

^11 countr^ 

P. O.. Vancou 



tV~'0F~P. No] 1. FAR WEST LODOKi 
Iv. Friday K of P. Hall, cor. Douglas 
an^ Pandor'a^'streetlr J. L. SmJlh^K. of li- 
on d s. Box srr- '"^^ -— .-^.,. .-. ^ 

OIONS OF ENGLANft. B. 8. ALKXANpRA 
S Lodge- 116 meets 1st ond 3rd Wednes- 
day IC of P. Hall. W. Appieby, Foul Bay, 
Prtildent; J. Crltchley. Secretary. Sidney, 
B. C. 



, yA.STED_A N^RSERV ^^^__^ 

LVlall^l^'Lq'.llmaU; het«^en the hour._ of 
11 a.m. and 1, p m. 



JU 3.C. Orphanage, Hlllsrae^y*-. Apply 



POCLTBV AND LIVESTOCK 



"tVthe matron between 3 and 6 or 






-p.tn 



lJoNS~OF ENGLAND, PRIDE OF ISLAND 
S Lodge A, O. F. H'^"., Broad . r«et 
2nd and 4th Tuesdays. ,^"»'<»e^ DawSoi. 
eroy, Victoria West. Secretary, W. uawsoa. 
Head Street, Esquimau^ 



PLU.MBINO AND GAStTTTINO 

C~'7nlBERT~lMlljMblNa & HE AT IN*} CO., _ 
Ltd — F.'r first class workmanship In _ 



•OIOCIETY FOR THE PRBVENTION OF 
ScfuT-Ky to Animals. Office Ul 2 Broad 



4''4Hfu "'"iUf^-'^-rBe^tr^ S; 
ficror" corner- of Baillon and ^h^^f street. 
Victoria. 



tXriLL EXCHANGE A GOOD ALL ROUND 
VV ranch horse for a freali cow or poul- 
try.- 1132 Colonist. • ' 

^S^on SALE— ONE (JOOD, QUIET - BIRK- 
shlro •_tioarj 

Island. 



rno SPEAK FRENCH CiR «fR"AN IN 
i three months; lmprovement^,on BerlUx 
method. Trial lesson tree, 
av«nue, phone R1641. 



1309 Stanley 



CO.. 



luTORIA WINDOW CLEANING 
m Fort street, phono 2491.. Contracts 
taken by week or month 



Easy t.-rma. 
P.O. Box 7 85. 



For price and part 



THE 



-r^FV.b THIS— FOR SALE OFF 
R^'^^urJ^de „;oad Close to Portage mUt 

?l"o1m''.-s*:""Bu'rn"rd^e ' gre^^nhou.es. ' ' ' - 

Vale. P O. 

-V,. 



Strawberry 



s 



SAANICH. 



MALL FARM— SOUTH 

Vlcyirla ... 

rooifc^d bungalow, recently 
•'^^^-' spring water on 



miTea' from Victoria on main road. 23 
acres, prelty six 



Valley Dick," two years 
•yy. Orlmme r. Peii'def 




H In h iimOlL-AX^mafc-^-. 



'ANTEUi_ TO EXCHANGE— TRAINED 




\A~ANTED— DRESSMAKING APPRENTI- 
\Y<-.s Apply Ml»» McMillan. 8rd floor 



ees 
fipencers 



\\ Irish setter dog tpbdlgree) for sport- 
Ing rifle It^Kood eo.,idltronT-Btni>inallc pre- 

ferred. A pply 314 Co lonial. , 

■ rrOR"lu."LE— A 4- YEAR-OLD BAY OELD- 
luK brok<»n to saddle; make a splendlt.1 
buggv horse IH hinds: also a young HacH- 
;;,;:?%arcSH .5 monlb.^ h.«^_ni^KnK^.o^^ 
a .vi-i-v ftni. animal. AVv>y-^- '■'• 
fob' ■' Post Office. _; .__ 

fry ^^ 



F 



siTUATlOSS WANtED— MALB 



street. Phones, Inspector 
retary L2 8t8. ______ 



RusscI, 1921, seo- 



.r^-HrTTQ J E ORICB TP GET YOUR FALL I the above line give us a ITlal. 
G orders Wood Plled^ in yard or Kjt be- office 76|J3j;ouiilUon3^hcme_e6». 
fore .uulng. Measure guaranteed. In ctorda -— poTTEBY "W/VRK. ETC. 



Temporary 



CONDENSED ADVERTISING 

VKTKHINAHY SCHOOLS 



or over. Tel. 149. 



BALL & WALKER—WELLINGTON COL- 
llcrlea Coal. Comox Anthraclt» Coal. 
BlackBn.lth'B and Nut Coal specially pre- 
pared TbI. 83; 1232 'Governm ent St.. 

T^T^^IAM. J. &CO. -"■ OFFICE 1201 
IV BROAD St Coal delivered to iiny pai^t 
of the cliy at current rate*. 
■Wharf, foot of Chatham St. 



BeWER pipe, field TILE, GRCJUND 
?■> Ti-lr,. Clav Flower Pots, etc H. C. 
P^ttefy Co^ Ltd.. Cor. Broad and Pandora 
Sis.. Victoria. B. Cr ■ . 



o(AN FRANCISCO VETERINARY COL- 
b lege. catalogue majled free. Dr. 
Keane. 1818 .Market street. S.F. . 



TFrS H: b, BAKJBafe=3:BACHBR C^F ELO- 
M eulTJn-and expression. 1202 > ancouver 



s ur . 'f .t.. 




..„„ Price 17 000, 10 yeara to 
"bVlance. ^p"y jV K. ColonUTomce^ 



REAI. EaT.\T» 



from a reliable man 
bcalr strict Investigation. 



App.y 



iPmILCH COWS FOR SALE. 
p. O. Box dOS. 



at strict 



VV poui- suitable for cart; must be 
i-heop. Box !:(»4 Coloni al 



„.^,„„ C. HARDWARE 

CoLrd, have removed their farm Ira- 
Dlemcnts. buggies, wagons, .etc., to 783 
Soh^on street" east of Douglas street. 



pur- 



Phona 647, 



T-» \ INTER J. B. & SQNS— COAL, WOOD 

1* and bark of flnest 'ijuallty at eurrent 
;^te8 I'ry. our new and specially prepared 
'^*\"' *,/■ uu„«„ r.!i« Offlta 611 Cormor- 



BEAL ESTATE AGENTS 



/-lUTIlBERT, HERBERT & 



BLHINES.S ( HANCES. 



nut coal 
snt St: 



Phone 03«. Office 6U Cormo 



CRF-.li.MKRIKH ANI> DAIRIES^ 



tTtnfALDAl KV-CKEAMERY BUTTER, 
K lc» c.r**m.-mnk-Tind bUtt*r.nllk; re- 
liable for qualltjr and ptirlty. 
Douglas Htv, o.r 



ty i: 
Phc 



Dairy 1110 



188. 



DRAV.MEN 



11 



JOSEPH — OFFICE 66 Wharf 
street. Telephone 171. , 



EANEY, 



XriCTORIA TRUCK AND" DRAY^ OO.- 

V Telop.honc 13. ' ; 



CO.— "BAR- 
'salns Victoria Real Estate." Invesl- 
mentfc timber and fruit laV.d8,.618 Fort 81. 
Phono 18+0. Cable address. "I'uthbert. 

ARRIOTT &-.JaBLLO'WS— REAL Es- 
tate, loans, timber, mines and rentals. 
Ofllcns Vancouver, New W.,.Btmlnster- and 
Vlclorlii. 819 Trounce AVrnuc. P ho ne 045. ■ 

TtOTTS HOWARD A. &= — RBAir -BB- 
X tato, Financial and Timber agenta In 

business In Victoria for over iwen-iy.; years. 

office 836 Fort s treet, , ;-— ^ 

mUACJCSELL, ANUERSOn""* CO.— REAL 

L estates, tlrnbt-r loans, rentals, collections 

, Offices : Reglna, Sa«k., and Victoria, B. C. 

Office: 1210 Btond St. Phone 1.22. 

. SAILMAKEB.^ 



.^OR 
known";* I'ho'lco of A«lclorla or 



MOST 
liquor 
Wclor 



SUCCESSFtiL 



SALE - - ... ... 

treatment for llq".<>f_.Jt"^._ "C'^a^ncouytlr" 



bineflCent. 



pleasant, prnfltubje, exclusive, _ 
Thoinns smith, ,4:i.-. 25Ih- avenue south. Se, 
Httle, Wash. 




CtTUMP PULLERS AND ANY TOOLS RB- 
fe oulred for land clearing, logglhg etc.. 
Frire t?lal Prices and terms apply The Du- 
frJ^t "ISmp Puller and Tool manufacturers, 
486 Burnalae road, \ Icloria B. c. 



WANTED— SCRAP BRABB. i; u i »■ .:- ". . , .^ ., ' - ^TTtKDA LE A LL Bl.'T « 

— - ' ■,.....;■ ...uv i.iAMONus. EN- <;??"„*..'^ .>.„«t 



BRITISH AMERICAN TRUST 

CO.MP.VNY, I ID. 
Comer Broad and Vle\V Streets. 

ONE DAY t>"NLA- AT THIS T^^]^'^- 
...500. thB large triangle corner, Doug- 
treet and Burnslda road. APJ» '*„,,P 
«>.? recent MoKensle-Mann pur- 

and win bo very valuable In a short 



-AN AND WIFE, 



JVI conducting '„"""'"«,, y 
house, want position. In city 
Reply ISl Colonist. 



EXPERIENCED ■ IK 



rding 

II try, 



A UTiRTTsBR DESIR.E8 OPKNINO FOR 
A seff and $'^000 In gehulne concern; no 
gambl..r; "xUvt sien'ogmpliel; a'"!. »'•«;"" " 
f^tUrsK^ain- habits; highest < ""adlan refet:. 

-nrea AT, vly Bi^j-m. Colonist. 

•T^oII 8A1.K-A PAYINfi ROOM INC 

X house. Apply -621 SlUR'J Hl-Jtf«''t- ', 



TI^mSD WORK-;M AN .-^N J'lTY^ VV ANTH 



WTANTED wuniv-- '""•' „ /.,,ii 

^^ rj'^f.i T.!! hV-r.:;." u;'"c.don',s 

near city, tnred to noii""., 



SITUATIONS WANTED-FEMALB 



FOR HAi.r; — nr.vr.ri-^.. j. 
Apply OaklandH Ij alry. 



1^ 

pony 



SALE— LIGHT AND HEAV^ 



horses, -4 and 6 years old. 



J. o! McKay, Ij^ cailng. 1^ 
^UMMKB *KK80BTS 



also a good 
P., Snanlch. 



«^^,«,.^A«.L«-.- - ^m!iU>:l: A<y^ 

man wishes l"^,^^'""' ,rv,int. country 
ekeeper or geneiii ', . , ' 

- Box 233 C..l..i.l"t. 



x\> man 

hous 
preferred^ 



w() I '2^l'"« 

B 



^UcmlNO .HOUSE AT LADYHMIlMl, 12 

Fi"".."„, Price 1600; three year. Ij'asc 

per month. Room », 714 Yau-s 



1DYE WORKS 



-, . ~7;~8TEAM DY-.E WORKS— THE LAR.- 
B ffe^t dy^-ln8 and cleaning work. In the 
Jio'vlnc^." clWn order, solicited. Te 
200 J C """'''ew- Droprletor. 



TKUNiB & BRO., SAILMAKERBTZTKNTS. 
J awnings, camp furnltUro;- -W-ar«hou«o 

670 Johnson St. Phon e 796. ^ 

STENCIL AND .SF.AL ENOKA VINO 



Renfrew. TO' gr.lnt.q ':-,.. 



rrr:7T^.7r%r DYE wonKs--^3is foht 

T*''V,;-.e. w" '"«". """"' •'"'^ '"ry 

irtle;-;;d-«-ti.m.n:. ga.'l.u,.n.a e^^ial 1° 

n.-w. Phone 624. n — . 

'.^^"^7:; KTRAM' DYB works, 844 

Y'STo . stre.M; felophone 717. Ladles' 

Z.l Gentlcm::n's'gnrm...ils cleaned or dy^ 



ELECTRIC, HI P'-LIKS 

, CON- 
l.onta. ffBSollne englnea 



pTeneral engraver a. nd stencil 

A.jr Cutter. Goo. Urowlhar, . IS Wharf BU, 
behi nd Pbst tlfflW!; 



rent 120 
Btrcet; 



•l' -ENGLISH 
J.\J p.ist In 



school 



^excellent music and 



rTpi'.ENDlD OPEJiJIND FOR A MOBEH IN- 
h dustrlou. blacksmith and wo''<^,^or-e, 
newly built ah.ip will be rented to tli-i right 
person. For further J>?4'«-Ji"trS,^?!:'>- '" '* 
O. -Demers, Col wood, Pak TTell lark. 



•TF>fm~SALF,— L.VUNDRY AND I-OT ON 
F°''simco;str.:et, block Zf W^i^'i^^P^'l^t 
shape. Price 13.700. Apply 170» ao* t St. 



SAND ANij-OWAVBL 



-r^~53SX»M*l=*-*iRAVEL CO.— FOOT OF 

±h \7TriurBTVn-St. Trtr-1388. Washed and 

graded strrrd r-gravel for ^<>^"''y'ZZ'r}iV 
Uvered by team or ou scows at Royal Bay. 



lUNO EDWARD HOTEL 



oliNTLEWOMAN IJ'?^»«?!rtV:"l'^.'' Forrest;~CornVld P. O.. B. C 

post In 
inn a<-tjul 

T>EBPKt'TA.r 

Xir- wishes liousewurk, wu" 



,,„Bt in .""^ """■{, ■-•■<( ,213 Colonist 
Ourman a<-tjulred abroaa. 



Ivn Dm.E AGED WO>I A N 

vuBhlng or Irohlng, 

rw'. or'Thr-ee halt day- .»«»> «""'< ^'""^ 

Uox 19 6, ColonlB r^_ _ . — 

i •^XPERIE.MCED LADY^^STT"" 
rj' wants position; Mieno..: 
Hox 195 Colonist. 



"VE COWICHAN. BAY. BOARD 
.(.; for thb salmon 
-: Dlghlen. , 

"" " " '■- ^' .Y 



FOB 8ALE--^MIS<L'IJLLANE0US 



ITtOR SALE -= SE-WINO MACHINE 

J? ' wft«««. inquire 1214 Broad slioot. . 



UENA VinTA HOTl';i-, COWlC 
under ti.w inHiiaB.incnl, go 
bathing ond fishing. Hotel earn 
Tains at Cowlch^statl..n. Fot-term. *pply1 



1~OR .SALIiJ-MOTOR LAUNCH, THB 
' ••OlftdvB," IS feet long; almost new; 

in first class condition. Apply .carotaker, 

link ""V'^ilJ!!!""''- ' . • 

'■^PIV SALtJ— I'ADY'S BICY-CLB, ■ VsED 

^ ie 
llonery. 



i'^^'fW-'day" «"'>■ Appiy':-Sl«ndarjl^ta- 



UCKLAND park, west- PENDER ISL- 

and Seaside summer resort, a few 

ISra.^ Bates 31.00 per, day. .W. 



It 
y 

WHO 



KLF.CTBICIANS' fc 

•?7rji;r"^'TUSON' ELECTR-ICAI 
1^ tractors. Motor boats. 
.in>on e A- 1 1 1 rt. 7 35 F.) nJ.t 

WMmMm 

■ht 'a.; kin'.la ,.J 'c.„..; H^t^and lab.;. _.upp_^ 

i^rfNo'o.vrnVraov'X St. pbonjj :»- 



SHORTHAND 



C3HORTHAND SCHOOL-U09 BROAD ST^. 
n VIclorIa. Shorthand. Typewriting, 

Hookkf,.ping, Telegraphy ihoroi.gbly lauglit. 
Cradtial.-a fill good poailbjua. 
mlll«n, prln.^lpal. 



WTK ARB^NSTRilCTED BY T.UJ-- K^M'\ 
VV utor of the Estate of the late James 
U,,Uln!^r offer Jorsule.h.-llc.'.|-^^ 
laea known as the King Edwnid TToT.-i, J» t 
A her," T be t>roperty conslata of a . oub .. 
,rner will 126 feel frontage on Argylc 

The bol.-l la i"- '"'«■ .S K(..r\ l.oli.linK 



trav. img ,"'""l"'"'""l, .,; Address replies to 
.■onBid.ratb.n is offered. A<i 



n..x 122, i'olonlitt_ 



w 



TANTED — ,I.'.VILY 
kind. Mrs. C, 



Mil 



C>P ANY 

i4ui..-i'l<ir street. 



guests 

primmer, , - ■ 

D" ERRAVARAOH — ESQUIMAL'T BOAD, 
r.,ad, lar^e garden, beautifully »!.tuat^ 
..d, neir sea. ' On ."'■ 'l'"' ' '""» "'"^1^^ 
ate. Phono L728. 

LOST AND lO UND 



10R>fALE THREE SPEED BICtCLE. 



Apply 338 I'oi.mis 



Colonist. 



1^ 

TTIPR SALE— LIGHT- 4-WHEKL ' 
X 120. APPI.V 4 1 Ontari o street 



4-WHBEL WAGON, 



HEWLINGS&Cp. 

118* Broad Street! __ I"»>ona 1TI4. 

Jfrli.ntMl frict. I20»100 feet. 0500 cash.)^ 
i 1 riUVFOI^'TWO CORNEiTLOTS ON 
f|!>l,.)UU car line. ..: 



TrrXSffrr- PLATE MAGAZINE "ILEX ^'.TnrxFv^O-H HOUSB' AND 1 V4 A.-RES, 
Q ^-amera for sale Ro" h-ns ISO scrcfm. |.-J,(H)0 ■ 'v,^,„rla Arm (Pprlage Inl*t) ; 
cost »35; take t2 0- I'- 'X Box .S4.). « _ • ^.,^^^,. ^.„^^j „.,.,, of water- 



_SM.\LL STEAM TUp, Al 
1035 McCi>,*klll street, VIc- 



^O.ST..^r,ARGE SILVER BELT BUCKIilE 



LI. 
on Fort street. 
Stktli.n.-ry. 



Standard 



J O!- 



■TT^TF^O ENGLISH LADY I>KS"'K8 „^'": 



lltdl""' 



A. Muc- 



SCAVENGINO 



VV 



E. 



LINES — YARDS CLEANED, 
dence 428 Cook St. Phono 17119. 



RESI- 



HCAVENGINQ CO.. . OFFICE 



_V.J'.4*2« GovBrnmenL .street., llhone . 66?. 



riCTOUIA 
'.^..4.K2« . C»o 
,\5ho« nnd rubbish i'enu.ved. _^ 

^ Ng'^nT ifoT'GO VT~bT. 'i-HOn'e 2I 



■7nmTTJr-2n--be,-|r.)nr!i.a. dlnhiKV..'>m 
gfrnrem-'n's p.lvat,. ali.lo«, r„...n. Ull.-h.. 

• - 1 ..i UfiT jrLTltl 1 IM \«"t 1 'XI III, HUM >" 

enm nl, :HV Yu-^W tirr^tt^hmrt. The K i „ « 

nuaeR in P.>rt Albernl and la innKnUU-ently 
aumte.l in th,. b.-Hrt of the l,.wn .-...ru.uu,.; 
i,J a view of lh.», harbor ..nnd i.ioiintalna. _ 
l.-,,r flirt ber^pnrlh'limi™ apply to- ,- - 

CVini ct aEl a .m^h.hiif.ad, i.tjl., 
Pori Albernl and Chancery^ Chamber., 
victoria, rj. ' 



,.„„. j aflc^rnnnn 
nml Colonist. 



TO BENT 




TOUR BOARD AND ROOMS WITH 
Warburton ,> 



'""''"'"ba'liandelec.'rlcng.V, 
50x120, 



GfU*>T 5 
I Cedar 

biig. ci'ii! -'I'li'iK cash^ c'- 
r.-turning It will V. "■'■." 
,M.iiunt Toimli-, \ U-toriu 

IVORY 



llKrVVEEN COOK 

HIil. Inily'B hand 

.i..,i. I writjnjs or 

I'. .Vlarchatn, 



PBOPERTY WANTED 



i ^ OR DO 

vjr 



N~jIea'i» ROAD- 28 ACRES, t'lot 



p.i acre. 



ONTRB 



AL STREET, HOnSB AND LOT 



T WILL PAY- 'J a: 
X part of - l o t --In 
pay boom prices, J^ 
2 41 Col.inlBt. 



1; A LOT OR A 
i.r Pity: will". not 
only, 



Apply Box 



t OHT"— AN 



returnlnff aanvft.- to 



RULE, 
R. F. 



ANYONE 
Lawrence, 



parllam 



:!„ri!\.lldTbK^ will-berevna^ 



BROOCH,. VirtNlTY OF 



tV>«T— SILVER. BROtinil,. vn.i.^ii' y 
Reward 74.1 Market awel... , . ■ 



i^-.T,s:TFI)— A MODERN HOME 
VV'^'wan't >.u artistic modern hom« 



want 
or two 



nlcM 



Btuunds 
ellent. 



Wo 

with 
nnd In a 
(llvn—low 



-I OBT-^-t»«a — 



LfGHT 



BAY 



WANTED— BOO!»I '^^J^^I^'yL 



a 



DAi'nnTF.fis 



iW 



en'tleman and two 

T re.nilrr furnish"! h...ia..- or thr.^e rooms, 
imk Bay or Dallas road preferred. 
205 Colonial. ■ ■ • - ' J . 



Box 



»10 ' Lock, phon.i )^^l■ 

L roomr'u .....nise. - . r>(lxl20, 13aiV~(). i 

Selallir-'^^e^r"^ A^y .. l^^^'% «- ' L.^^ Vie. 



MARK, 
Reward 



TO RENT ■■'" '■■"" -■' ^'■'- ■ ' •■ ' 

roomed collage. 
O 
A 

**0'LKT:-RMMrAND ^^^^'''^j^'^^' 
to 710 Fort slreet. near D"""'""!'', . 



T^ 



Advertise in THE COLONIST 



;F,T BRACELET, BETWEEN 
Fort and Govern - 
1 104^ VlfiW atreHt. 






$4,500- 

rultlvnten. 



:Saanich,di.strict, for Bf 
acrea-wllh small house, partly 



-I f*A ACRES. SFH*)AT LAKE. 40 CHAINS 

XOU wat»'ri;t:on,t, 170 per acre. _ ^ 

741 T V I • K O I • E It T r ; O (K) D~I N V af^-TM ENTR. 
I 1 on I>.-.uKlfta, ,Iohn»on and Yates utreet. 



ACHES OF 

ibor- 

rd.iva Bay. 

.Har man" <fe . A.ppl-"'? j; j'j 

ANTED ACREAGE — HOUSE 



T A v.- 1.- 1 )— FOU R TO F 1 ^ E 
" •^,!ill, l«n<V; mual.- be_chaar.; -fi-l„b_bor- 

I.0..I ot P-:^}:^}..M:'"U, ";„t.« „reet 



AND 
VV lot or tw'o "vacant lots on eaay tf-rms, 

\in% .101 Colonist, 



T'T 



i .t. 



RL-a— BJE,>ft:ABi2. {^^'^^•^iy. 



.,, LUAVKl'. KI50M 2MI 

dra street. laJack and white coUH 



t i)ST- i.Jli. 



rr77i;j;fi;5H— TO exchangf 25 acres 

W improved S«a«^th property f°r Victor U 
prop.-!t\^ VhnT,«T<2S19, 102U Hu^^on ht , 



THE CAPITAL CITY REALTY 

COMPANY. 

Real Eal»(« »:'"'!."'•'»' ?»''vl'j!l'TfreM***^ 

NEW 5-ROOM COTTAGE, FULLY MOD- 
«rn. Graham afreet, close '".'^'"J/ 
road, lot 50x120,' pr|cp 12,400; |400 cash. 

bulancn $20 per jiionth. "...-.:. 

COTTAOB, VIN- 
1500 caah, bal- 



ing atr.-et. price ^1,600 
, nrranBr»d 



ip'^^'p.^ .Subscribe for THE COLONIST IK'a 



'Tng-s hoad and graham 'tfftitXT:'" 
three lots, price M.*'"; um«, , 



• •• *' w* *M««>««S.a.li;.: 



r.MiwtaiW I I rMt 



V«M:rM«»''->>.<:l»».W»*«Wi<C-«»WliWI«t»t>'fi|l 



mmnmm* 



mT^ « 



;v i 'J7'i«^'«S,J*yJ*f..,'-,. 



-^i' 



■cVjItXij^ 



/ 



ra i '.t-t '' .'W!"WfPF-'''.''l'.iW ' ! W P 



¥Jia&A.iil)iiiMii'&Mr- 



■i'BJwW 



J-j.- ■ 



Thuraday, Auguat 11, 1010 



VICTORIA DAILY COLOKlST 



17 



CONDEI^SED ADVERTISING 

KUAi. k.«TATK— (Cast.) 

C, H. RICHARDSON 

«1& Fort Street, Hoom 1, ri>il»lrs 

Ij^EHNWOOD ROAD_BlX-I?OOM HOUSE. 
ISOO o«gh. balance ■« rPtit at 7 ppr cpnt. 



ly, 7 p«r c«!nt. 



l)al».ji"e »50 niotith- 



DOlIO-l^AB ATREET 
rooms, threp-Quarttri ftrrc. J2.B00 ; icaih 
tSOO, balance 6. 18 month* at 



XUNtiAJXIW 

2.B0C 
p*tr cf-nl. 



il.\ 



I7»DWARD STREET. VICTORIA WEST, 
-i two itorey houae.-U.OOO; ca»h >90p, bal- 



«no« to autt. 



FAIJlflKI-* ESTATE, NEAR CAR l.INB 
— Olive atrcet, four ima pach tiOxlin, 
1790 each; c«()i ""O at 110 month. 



LEEANDFRASER 

Seal Katate and Inaiiranca Aaenla. Treunca 
Avenud. 

l'»rRCHARE A SIX 
roomi/d, moUerii ho^iso on CUF' 



$450(r"'"-'"^^ 



epc« atrt-ift. 



<Ifc1 OAA— ONUY, jrOJtt^TVVO UOOD. jLOTS 
?[>J.iwU" on Montreal attn-et. ^^ 

|J>Z«.)1'U , (a«e..)^Mi>a>» ,ki, oiv i^olllnaon Hi. 



$4000 



-WlUf, iUJy TWO LOTS pN 
KlnjtBl.m atree-t. a Koml buy; 



(»p'*)p'/\ ONUy — FOR A SEVKN ROOM- 
(3>t.)A.Ov rd bungalow on M'^nxlfS alret-J,, 
modern In rvpry rpspifct. 



11500 



— KOIt A L.OT ^^El.I- tjlTUATKD 
on Harbinger avenue. 



Corporation of the City 
of Vernon 



CITY CX.EmX WAVTXD 

MToir, a. o. 



ros Tsm- 



Ap'p I it'll lions 
Ciiy of \t'rni)n Wr 111 



A BLOCK or EIGHT LOTS NEAR DAL- 
laa road, on .Mo»p atrfCt. mrh Int la 
64x1 JS. Prlc»i $4. ♦Oft; averajgf f.iSO <>arh. 



E. HENDERSOIM & CO 

firlveiter Block, Room One, Til iatea Stteet 

tfft-| ori/W HALK ACRE CLOSE IN, GOOD 
(lP.L.^V'V/ view with Kood surroundings. 
One-third oaah. halanrn a'-vfn ii'^r 



PLUMMER & RIDEOUT 

Bral. Eatatr, Timber and Inaurnnro nK^nla. 
in:: Broad St. I'hoUf •:301. 



S3900 



S3500 



L-lU. 

iir.NHiALOw 

t-on vonl«:'nrpa, 
new with uut 
ill. ThlB will 



DUCHEPS STR.EET— FOUR L ^ROE LOT.«5 
for aal«. ijarh 50x130, between LelBhlori' 



KIGHT RtJOM 

with all iiiodiTn 

I (ioBn to '-nr line and ix-rfirtly 

! l-.oii8<-B and Vi aero o( Ko>"l « 

I iiot laat liin,< uikI. If you wlsli to purchuaa 

our own h'pii>a_aV_y^?Vit.J?wn prlco act qulck- 

>'. _,_ ^' ' y " ' 

BUYS SIX ROOM HOUSE AND 
two good lota -on Hullon alreet 
any lerrna. 



will I,<e ri'celveil up ,t" 

by the coi^ncU of the 

ly of \ erriiin ITr the pdsitton ot Clerk 

ami Trfia.«iu>«r. Salary tl-O \iar mooXh 

ApDlH-iinia with prevloii.s rminU-lpul 

experJi'iico prefcrrfit. 

4l),pl\' stating iiunllllcalloii Hud refor- 

ciH'eK. lu -- f..'. , A 

n. G. TATE, 
Ai'iliiK City OVerk, 
. " ' Vernon, B. C. 



NO TICE 



and Fort 
t»rma. 



streeta. for 1700 «acli. on e.iay. 



THE GARDNER REALTY CO 

¥40 Yatt-H' sir.-- t I'll. .11- i:is; 



.JALOON . FOR— 't' SA LE — Oi I IN' tW 



Jll(tl,l,.£ 



^ ' cinaa trade In busliK-ss s.ctlun 

n!cu bar; -luMQ^l-uurnffr card ruum; two k'i'TI 



■if '-Hy^ 



In ihi- mnttor of Ihc Eatate of Jolin E 

.Nlfholla, lat<T of Mlnhcapolla, .Nllnn., 

r. S A., df'pagcd. 

All ptranns havlnar clalma agalnat tho 
pafato of llw abovi- nsmi-rt John E. .N'lchi)Ufl 
arc r((iulrfd to., ai'nd i!ar.il<-ular» th.-rPof. 
duly verHlcd, to the undi-r»l)fn.-d on or bf-. 
fiini thi> 10th day of AukukI. I!i10. afl-r 
whh-h dato th«? uii.Jrr»ltfii.Ml ait.irnry fur 
th- e.xpculora of tin' will ut anhl dfcaafd 
will proi-C'-'tl to diatrlbul.' the nsn.-ta nf thti 
Biild deceaard amonK llii> pt-rsona cn.lltlpd 
th<rt-lo. UavhiK regard only. -tQ. J ho clalnia 
Of wJalih tht-y then have notice. 

Dated this (Uh day of Ausuat, l))lu. 

THE BRITISH COLUMBIA THIST 

Ci HU'ORATIO.N, — 

r.'3:; aoVernment St., Victoria. B. c 
Altoxtjeyj. .tn focf fOr KXecUT-lVe. 
" ' ' ' -__ 




PUBLIC OWi 

OF- RAIL LINES 



-/ 



S"tate Railway Authorities 
Show TendenGy---'4o^ Stifle 
Gompetition Says British' 
journal— Irish Roads ■• - 



Dow. largely pnliUral .lur -t i'.-r; l.uv/,- 
(li.inlntttea iUc popular .leiiiaivJ for nu- 
llppallzatlttn, accepted tiy ihc majority of 



T 



CITY OF VICTORIA 



A <;oniplete list of Local Improvement Works, authorized by Bylaw, from time to time, Will be found 
, posted on the Bulletin Board at the main enhance to the City Hall, 

Tenders for Sheds 



posted on the Bulletin Board at the main en|i^j 

TO IRON FOUNDRY MEN 



and Stalls 



Tender.^ will be received l)):,the 
undersigned up to 4 p.m. on Fri- 
day, August 12, for building sheds 
and stall in Market yard. a~ per 
j-ilans arid specifications, which 
the Irish Uitiiwjiy ^iiintttteo, Is wejij.^ j^ _seeil ' at my office, City 
.nou-n i.y ,tho tUffcM-ence ^^^^.^...-^^^ -^^^_^^^ ^^ any tencier HoT 

nccessarilv accepted. 

\VM. \V. .VORTllCOTT, 

Bflilding lnsi)cclin-. 



Btor«» ruoma: atveri roonia ~\tjn»4«lr8; all 
n<-wly rHnovat<fd. owner taklnjr laiger bual- I 
nesH, ,win Bell for much '-i'l'^'ow' A'iaTuo to «S j 
jioijtl tenant.: .. .AliiiaC-.t2,.(lflX!. x.aAh will naiCilIn^ 
tills- A auro llvlns. 



HiNKSON SIDDALL & 

r. '^. Boa 1Y7 Naw GranM Tbaatr* BulldlnE 
TeL lai. 

-| -J Q ACRES WITH NICE 'WATERFRONT 
LJ.«f Saanlch Arm, near Mill Bay, $oO 



-VfCB LOT. DALLAS ROAD. 63x120; prlcf 
-^^ 11.365: terma to buU purchaaer. 



NOTICE 



Livery Stables 

, KILI" WOOD AHTD STOVB "WOOD ' 
FOB SAXB 



Ke Capt. 



N., De- 



Ediyard Barkley, B 

6«&sed. ■~' 

All persons having ilHlms against tho 
estate of (.'aptaln Kdwan 
n;,. deceased, late of W.?s 
are reiiulred to send particulara. duly 
verified thereof • to Messrs. Urease ■ & 
Crease. 531 Fort atreet. Victxn rlE. 3r C. 
on or Ijeforc the 3 let day of August, 

191.0. 1 

i:)ated the SOth" day of July, A. D. 1910 

(SlKnedl j important 



R. DAVERNE, 1615 Douglas St. 

fi,.I'.;.slto City HiiU. 
B. DAVEKNE. Tel. 97. 



t\KTmTB: c^ i The Silica Brick and Lime 

Co., Ltd. 

IH VOLTTNTABY LIQTJIDATIOW 



pre»80d ns l.o KnBllH'i sw'iierslili) of Irish 
rallwtiy.s hy nit!i"l)ers of ' parLlamont who 
Kave p\'l(li!iio,e, ami hy tho representn- 
ttvo.«i of tiK.' trniles iiflVct.o.1 hy ttie In- 
triKsloii of the Mlilliii"! iind Great Wc<t- 
erii oompanToH^f KngTSTni Into the mnn- 
aKPiiient of Irish railways. Tho polji 
ti.-lans In iii'e^tlon tlenotinceil this with 
all tho Celtic fiTVOr ul, their ir<inanO. 
wlillst lho.se directly affected hy the 
transfer sof thi- control o f certu in Jrish 
llne^ to K!iKj[h»h cornpanles have in gen- 
eral expres^ecl thenii^elves n» lilghly ap-; 
pret'lallvft of. the resnltant nrtvanlnses. 
"I'he majority r<iport nrtnilts these fianU- 
.-Lx-i-JtuiL^ln view of the i.olltltutl feeniig 
excl'tea, is uv»>rse (o any i ;•■ ' •" jot^ 
F'lngiisJi'coiurbrof Tlte'lrfsli ■<a>'s" 

Ktigineerlng. 

One reniaFk- made in th.' majority ro- 
[inrt neems peculiarly naive. T-hey say: 
■A puhlic raliwuy jtultiiinliiaaLtliOjL*ouM 
not seek or desire to restrict any kind of 
tran.slt facilities henfficlnl to the com- 
munity." Everyone know.s that, so far 
as pntrtic tramway uiith^oiities are c<jn- 
corned. expciTeTrre has Khbwii the «5^iat- 
once of a stronK df sire to restrict, by 
fair nteans* or foul, ahy effective coni- 

"perrtTffit; 

Ajralii, in ■p*rnnce" tire waterways au- 
Ihorlty have 8y-lftnntie*H-y — t*«lrictetl 



"'~Companle!t_Wlp41?ir Up Act, 1898. 

NOTICE 

Finn! meetin'g pursuant to Section 39 
to be held at the ofTice of J. O. F.lllott 
on the 23rd day of AiiKUSt at the hour 
of 3 p. m. to receive report and pas.s 
account of l-,lquidator of the Stuart 

Robertson Company, rJmJJ;cd. _. 

A. STUART ROBISRTSON.^ 

Liquidator. 

Dated at VlctorW B. C, this Jlsi day 
of July.IffTO: — ■ . 



TciKlcrs. will l)e reeeive<l- fnr 
Cast Iron Castings. I'or ihe 
lialance of the year or until a new 
cuiitract is entered intcj-hy the in 
comjng odiiiicil. 

/For the vj^riuus kiud> oi C:'>i'ii,V; 
meivlinned In -; the.,_,speci fication.s. 
which can. he seen at the ril'licc of 
the undersigned, tn'wli'jm tenders 
nuKSt be dcli\ered iifi to^ p.'ni. on 
Monday, .\ngusl 15, I'MO. 

The lowest or any ttMidrr tl,"i 
necessarily accepted. 

\\M. w \( >irrMC( vrv. 

Purchasing Agent. 




CANCELLATIOK OP EES3RVE. 



HTUS ASSORIINtE CO., LTD 

(FC-italillshed 1808.) 

Capital, and Funds for security ol 
poHcyAolders cx'ceeds$26,000,Oaq 

•Phe underslKnod has Bucceeded to thn 
ngeucy of tht* company formerly held 
hy the Hluarl Robertson Company, L.td., 
and will kIvo prompt attention to all 
communications^ regarding new business 
or alioratlnns reaivlreu on exlstlns poU- 
cloH. t'liasu ai^dress all coniunlcatlona 
to . J. G. EH/IOTT, 

■■jpecitil Agent for Vancouver l.sland. 

IL'U' Broad St.. Victoria, B. C. 

1'. O. Box 'IfiO. Phone 680. 



]::.ANI> BEOIBTBT ACT. 




OAirc£i<z<AXioir or BSbEBvn. 



SHAW REAL ESTATE CO. 

rhi.in- :i';u ;i.:v, V»t.-8 .-street. 

I^^'XCHANOE— .\ PROPOSITIr'.V THAT 
-^ ahould Interest you. It you w>»ulU like 
five aerea luat outalde tlty. linder ■ perfect 
lultlvatkin and with house, shrubbery and 
fruit treea. then iJita la >'<!ur oin>ortunH.T. 
Yi>u ran buy It or you can' exchange your 
h.iuae (close lai for this "proppcty.' 

KXrMANOE POR- 
acreag* for . city 
which tnayVippeal to ynu. 



■l V'E H.;\VE SEVERAL 

'♦ positions imoatly 



po 
propertv' t 



"^APOLKON KNEW HIS Ot'PORTirNl- 
•'^ tie*. He had the Renins for taking atj- 



A'antaif of tjiem.* Wp hn\"e 
milea nut for J4,0fm -ph 
of snaps but this Is Till: 



nln<" 



arres. 

r.- all 



thr'>< 
klhds 



THE GLOBE REALTY CO, 

Ream 7. Mahon BIk. IIU 



Governmrnt St- 
Tal. 1«1I. 




t)T H. sbmao'. AJTr 



-rtM»m ^l*'^llln«. 

hlork. and a half from street car llnv. 



$10,000 l^^no"'^^ 

hlork. and a half from 

within the mile circle; as iood fta «'>Jd.: j 

iTxTE HAV6 A «REATBR DBMANl5 KOR \ 
>> rarivage than we ' ean supply. ' For 

qufrk salea list your property with us. ' | 



GKOFFREY BARNARDISTON. 

.Executor. 

NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION 

TAKK NOTlt;E that llu> piutn. r.^hlp 
heretofore subsisting' between .lohn 
Fraser and '.John Mftrrlson at Victoria, 
B. C... under the style of , "Frascr and 
Morrison," 'waa dissolved on tho 1st | 
day, of August. 1910. and that the said 
business will In the future lie carried 
on by John Morrison, to whom all out- ' 
standVrtg accounts are pavahU-,nnd who 
win be respon.slble for all liaiiiiirlpf In 
connection with tlie 'said businesn. 

JOHN F rX.se n, 

,I(>HN" MOHRI^'OX" 

~A BROKEN-DOWN SYSTEM, i 

This is a c ondition (or diieaje) to which doftors ^ 

five many names, but which few of them really « 

uitderstaiid. -It is »imply weaknesj— abreak-ddwn, ;j 

— avit were, of the vital forces that susiain the »y»- « 

teifn. No matter ■what may be its cau»e» Uorthey p< 

*■■'*'' . . ' ' „ 

tatne; the more prominent bein^ sleeplessness, jj 
sen^c of prostration nr weariness, depression of -5 
spirits anil want ol cnrrifv for all the iVrdinary "O 
affairs of life. Now, whafalone i<ab-oliitrh essen- " 
tiai in i\\ such 1 H«e< n /«. 'y.iir./ •■itaut\ — -iRrivir — ^ 

VITAL STRENGTH & ENERQY a. 

to throw off these morbid feelings, and experience ji 
! ^?ro >i ' v llut a > m^ht sa. ceeds the dav this may be 5 
I mnre <- rrMinlv sei iirrd hv ;t . ..iir-.f f.f -^ 

i THE NEW FRENCH REMFDV * 



Sale of BrlcVc and 
•Works, as Going Concern. 



NOTICE Is hereby glvcTr^hnt tho le- 
sei^vo existing In crown lands In the 
vicinity of Bablne - Lake. siHiate In 
Range 5. Cost iJlslrict. notice of which 
was published In the British Colutnbla 



NOTICE l.s hereby given that the "Tle- 
ser\e oxIhiIiir on crown lanil.i In the 
vicinity of Bablne Lake, and .situate In 
Cassiar District, notlceof which braf-; 
l)ig date June 30th. 190S, was pub- 
lished In the British Columbia Gazette, 
dated July 2nd, ISOS, la cancelled. 
ROBERT A. REN WICK. 
Deputy Commissioner of Lands. 

I.,ands Department, Vletorl£(, B. C. 
June 16th. IfllO. 



^ 




"Jn tho matter _aL.JBJi_ii4J4iiicaXlon--,*<M---ft- 
duplicate certlHcate of titlo to-Lot- ai 
of riublot til', FernWood E.state tMap 
I'lji;). Victoria City. 
— NXiTICKls iitteiiy given tliat It l.t my 
Intciulpa at. the .expiration of nn" 
iHoiith from thedate of the Urst publl- 
callon hereof to JHSue a duriUca te certi- 
ficate of title lo said lainl l«.sueil t.i 
•lohn David Laniler.s on the 31»t day of 
October, IHOS. and numbered 1S96I C. 

Land Registry OITlci-. VU-toiia. B. C, 
July n, isio^ 

■- J., r.' MCLEOP, 

Deputy Registrar General. 



NOTICE 



NOTICE TO CONTRAOTOBS. 



Lime railway competition, ami the Insistence 1 ^^^^^^^^^ ^^j^^^^ December itth. l»Ob, is 
of the post t>fflce on the wldewt possliilc ' cancellecl In so far as said reserve re 
Interpretation of If* Ill-advised mono- j laies to lots numbered 1519, 1518. J517 



Messrs. Stewart Williams & Co. 

duly instructed by the Liquidator for 

the estateT^vnT'sprr Tr\'- ptihllr nn<-tlon. 

Tuesday, Au^ 30th, 1910 

iU the Drianl hotel, at 11 a. m. sharp. 
The tiroehold lands held by the com- 
pahv. bt'ins l^fctlon 113 and parts of 
Section 10,'i. . Estiuimalt district, to- 
Kcther with the goodwill of the com- 
pany and all. idiint, machinery, chnt- 
tcls' and efte-^^ts, comprising the brick 
ami lime works at Atkln'a Siding. Es- 
.inlmalt district. 

Further particulars and cards to 
,,,,.- ,», .1 view the premises, can be had from 

Imost numberless). Its »)mptoms are rnuch the ^ Uhe LlQUidatOr, F. B. Warren. &V'2 F'-rt 

' Street, or the Auctioneers, Me»»r«j^ 
' Stewart Williams & Co. 




Continuation of the 



rrri piRCHA.sE.s lots on 

llnf : one, and— .Qn.e-.bAlf.. 



CAR i 



THERAPIONNo 3j 

than byiiiy other known combinalioti. .^o surely-^ 
as it is'taketi in accordance w;th the directions ac- ., 

comiianyini'.t, will the «hatt.T"'n:'-:il!hl'er'-xtrirrd.' ^ 

THE EXPIRING LAMP OF LIFE > 
LIGHTED UP AFRESH, . Q. 



en Us own iecelpt«i. Much evidence wart 
tendered .is to tho uuccess of slate rail- 
ways In AuKlrala-sl.n. but this was wh.dly 
ono-slded. and. as the committee tliem- 
selves sav, the conditlon-s there art' in no 
sense coinpaiablf^_wiUl_lhose-ln Ireland. 
In the latter country no impofttinl lioint 
Is flftv mile from tide-water, and thoto 
Im room for very little niorfl in thiV wav 
of railway extensions, no linportaiii 
town being now deprived of rullwa.y 
c'ommunlcation'*. Auslriilin Is a con-^ 
tlneni with a rehUlvely short coa.«t-)iii<' 
find not nkany hnrliors. Many thoti^^an.l 
miles must yet be coiiHlructed hefori* th' 
country can be considered at all ado- 
quntely equipped; so that, though Aiih- 
lialltin exincrience might have been, ap- 
plicable more <yr less to tjte state -t)f af- 
fairs existing In Ireland eighty years 
-ngr>7 rt ha=i little be w rtng pn mattcra «» 
they stand. ,', , 'j ■■~ ' 



1523. "1524. 



Iuli6 and 



1521, 1522. 
1§6L 

, , ROBERT A. REN WICK. 
Deputy Commissioner of Lands. 
' Lands Department. Victoria. B. C. 
June l«th, 1910. 




frfiYn tlty hall ; easy ' terms. 



SCOTTISH REALTY CO. 



>. Challoner 
aaxi bank. 



Block. 
Phon. 



Tatea 
KOS. 



100 



ACRES OF SPLE.VDID LAND. TWt 
miles from t'»iv|ehan atatlon and 
half a mile from •■■owlrhan wharf. 4i' 
acres under cultivation: good new hous.-; 
Urg," barns; well watered. ■ Price JlO.OOd. 
t-rnts -arr.inged. 



(58 



ACRES ON SOt-'TH PENDBR. J9.LA>'1J.^ 



slashed and paj-tly cleared; 30 or 40 acres! 
of fine land, nearly quarter of a' mile water- | 
front; good beach: good water; splendid | 
shooilng' and fishing. -Prlc* only t2,0.flO; onj 
i-a»y terms. . > ■ . . 

... 1 " -• . I ■ 

ij/'VkCRKS OF CiOOU LA.VD. XO ROCK,; 
».)vl '■ good water supply, 12 acres slashed ' 
small house. oIoam to 'Statttm: — Price only 
$2,500. . . .i 



t^wrda new ciirt.-n. e ;!«|m t-.tlfrptlreofTrl' 

»o lately seemed woiii- out. used up. and valueless, jj 
; This wonderful medicament is suitaljiefiirall agel, £ 
: constitutiunsandconditions.ineithersei; audit is ^ 
] difficulltoiroagineaeaseof (livaseorderarge'ment 3 
I whose mam features are those of debility, thjt will a 
I not be speedily and permanently overcome by this " , 
* recuperative esserce. which isdestined to cast into -q 
oblivion evrrTthinc that h,id preceded it for this ■-" 
s»i(le-sj)t e.i<l;*;ul ruinjrr.nr. ;., •■v'.ili'iinanailments. o 

Chemists nr fiom The Le Clerc Medu ine Co., « 

HaveistDck Road. Hampstcad, London. Price J 

, re- Eflglaod^ 3|/arv Punhaser's-alTrn'rld see' that a 

worfH ' THKaAPlo.N ' -appears on British Govern- J 

ment .Stamp (in white letters on a red groiind) '^ 

affixed to every genuine pac kage. • -o 

Theraploo la now al'so^ontalnable In 2 

--DRAOKE TASTELESS FORM- - - «& 



CITY BROKERAGE 

121s Douglas St, Opp.isli.- Men hants Bank 



BUYS CUMD R-RO.O.M COTTAGE 



llMOO 

almost new: easy terms 



<ft I •>rU\ ^^'^*' -''^ FIRST CLASS 6-ROO.M 
^"ii— <U*' house, good garden and fruit 



vireea: thoroughly modern and close 
School and car. , 



to .High 



$4,750 



BI YS ONBJ ,fTF — THE BEST, 
planned houses In the city. 8- 
larx' i.ioma and good basement; large 
(ifiBoia In all bedrooms, the most fastidious 
would be pleased, within halt- mile of city 
hall. '. ■ , 



.fi),000 



ni-YS HOOD 8-ROOM HOfPIT 
stone foundation; cenlenl floor; 

gnrri-n ,Tnd 



on th" best 



arifid Rard. n .Tnd shade trees, 

part of Oak Hay ."Vvenue, about one-third 

acre of land _^ ^ 

ITmlTAMS & CO.. LTD. 

104 Xatea J»trMt. Vlicn* ia»6. 

on ACRES FA' ■IN'-. ON M .A I N ROAD. 
nU seven rnUea fr- in ' Very cheap, 
$3,2on ■ , 



Granite and Marble Works 

Monuments, Tablets, Granite 
.Copln«a. etc.. at lowest prices 
consistent, with first class stock 
and r. r rkmanshlp. 

A,, STEWART 

Cor. Tales nml nlr'.nch.ird St.s. 



DISSOLUTION OF 
NERSHIP 



PART- 



Great 

Jrish Linen 

Sale 

: .pni)rccedented Success. 
Everv line sold to the high- 
est bidiler 

No Reserve 

C niods must b e cleared iat a*iy 
.sacrifice. 

TODAY 

at in:;^o. 2 'and 7 :.^o. 



Ripti 1». Colurnfaus 
COL ll M BU S, O., lAuf. 10.— The op-, 
eration of earn Iti Columbus tonight 
waa irMtrlted by persistent atone throw- 
InK. Cars , thrntlgrhuut the city were 
damaged. One non-union conductor, 
aiiRcred by a cry of "sCHb" from the; 
sidewalk, drew his revolver and fired.' 
The* ball went through n window of 
11 bail^er shop. Sovoral other cases aC 
shooting by car men were reportetj. 



IMPORTANT 
SALE 



Deafnafss Cannot be Cured^ .. . 

by local aivpHcations, as , they ca'rinot 
1-each the diseased portion of the ear. 
There Is only one way to cure deaf- 
ness, arid that is \ by constitutional 
remedies. Deafne6.s is caused by nn In- 
flamed condition ofUhe rnUf.'uotiB lin- 
ing of the liustai^hlpn Tube. When 
this tube Is Inflamed .you hav« -aj 
rumblitiB sound or l^iperfect hearing, 
and when it Ift- entirely cl«.sed: deaN 
ness la the. result, fttur.unless the in- 
(lainmMtbjn can be taken out and thtS 
tube restored. to Us ni^rrtial condition, 
hearlnp^ wilt be destroyed forever; nine 
cases out of ten are caused by Catarrh, 
whlich Is nothing but an Inflamed Con- 
dition of the mucuous surfaces, '-. 
-We- will give t">ne Hundred Dollars 
for 'any icase of licafness (caused by 
cattirrh) that- <'anniot be cured by 
tlaivs Catalrh Cure. Send for circulars, 

f, J. CHENBt A CO'. Toledo, o. 
Sold by druggists. 75c. 
Take Hall's Family Pills for. constipa- 
tion, — - / .. ^. 

'•• ■ ■ • ■ - — ' , f ^ lf • I ./ i i iii. i i . i . i . i M| iii rr ■ 




SEALBtV . T1':.N1 'Ki-lS, superscribed 
"Terrder for Sclinul al MIssUni. B. C." 
will be reiCfeived by the .Honorable the 
Minister of Public Works.' up to noon of 
Monday, th^ 22nd Au,i;uat. 1910. for the 
erection and corppietlon of a four- 
i^oomed timber framed schoqlhouse at 

Mls.don. ,, ^ 

Plans, specifications. contract; arid" 
f'ortns of tender may bo seen on and 
after the 4th day of August, 19.10. at the 
offices of the (loyarnment Agent. New 
W«stmlnster; R. C. Abbott. Esq., t^ecre-, 
tary to School Trustees. Mission; J. H. 
Bowman.. Esi.|.. nrchitect; 112 C'rown 
Building. Vancouver; and- at the Dc- 
I partment of Public- Works. Victoria. 
I Each propo.-^al must ho •acct>mpanl«d 
' by an accepted hank cheque or certlfi- 
int» of deposit on a chartered hank of 
Canada, made payable to the Honorable 
the Milnister of Puhlic Works for a sum 
efiulvalent to 10 per cent, of the amount 
of the tender, wliich shall be forfeited 
If the' party . tendering decline' to enter 
Into contract when called nptin to do so. 
or If he fall to complete the work con- 
tracted for. The cheques or certlflcateii 
of deposit of • unsuccessful tenderers 
will be returped to them.' upon the exe- 
cution if>f the contract., 

Tenders Wil l PP t be 
math? out on the forms 
with the actvial signature of the ten- 
derer, and^ enclos^, Iti , th«- (Wavelopos 
fiirnlBhed.. ' ' 

The. low^£Ht or any teridet" ndt'neces- 
Barllv acce pt e d. ' — "^ ^' ' 7 

PrrC. GAMBt.K. 
Public Works Engineer. 
Fiibllc Works Department. , 
Victoria B. C. 2nd August. l.»»©. 



Be Capt. Edward Barkley, K. K., Dt- 

^"1 , . ceased. 

All persons haviii(.r claims as-alnst the 
estate of Captain Edward Barkley. ,VL 
>• ..deceased, late of Westholme, B. C, 
are. .required "to send particulars, duly 
verlfletl thereof to Messrs. Crease & 
Crease, 521 "Fort street, Victoria, B. C, 
on or before the Slst day of Augvisl, 
iUlO. 

Dated t-he 30ih day of July, ,\^ D. 1910 
(Signed) " 

GEOFFREY BARNARDTRTON. 

Executor; 




OA»CEi.i.ATio»r or beserve. 



NOTICE is hereby given that the re- 
serve existing upon tho lands embraced 
in. special Tlijiber Licences No. 202SC. 
situated near Sechelt Inlet. New West- 
minster District. Is cancelled, and that 
-the said lands will be open for lot-allon. 
under th« 'provisions of the Land Act. 
at .midnight on Octob.i i '. 1 ;u u. 
ROBERT A. REN\VU:K. 
, D<-puty L'ommlssioner of Lands. 
Lands Dept.. A'ictotMa, July H. 1910. 



NOTICE 



NOTICE 



the Townsite of 



20 

S 



LOTS AT 1250 PKR LOT. Hl':U. DRY. 
fine, view, good land. 



IKVKNTT, ACRES. 'WITH GOOTJ COT' 
tage stahlo and chicken house, only 
seven miles from city, goodroads. good wat- 
er, nice locatl'in 



cheap 14,000. 



F^RM_-34 ACRES. FINEST OK SOIL. 
cleared, under crop, good -house and 
outbuildings, considerable stoCk. four miles 
from city. $U.noo. good terms. 



rrHIJRTK^"^" ACRES. FINE ROJ^.^- 
X all rlear"d. nice new house. pn<"ii •■".- 
tulldlngs. good orchfird. a bargaltt -at IJ,800, 



C. ARTHUR REA 

to Loan, Eto. 



R»a! Kstate, Insurance. Money 

Pfcona il2L Law Chambers Uaallon St. 

T^ABM 'LANPfe— IMI'ROVKD. WILL EX- 
1 eTia-ngf- good tarmaln Nfanltob* • f^M" 
city rrop.rtv. several Victoria homes for 
sala at reasonable prices and terma 



TAKE NOTIi:F, that the partnership 
heretofore existing between • Fiede.rlck 
Jeune and phlHp Jetine. trading as nail 
and tent makers untlcr the firm name of 
F. Jene and Brother, at .No:i7i»., Johnson 
street, hn/i been dissolved by ihutual 
consent as from the 301 h day. of "J que. 
1910. the said , Philip Jeune retiring 
from the llrm. 

All Uahilltle.4 .if th.' rirm will be iH' ; 
b,v F. .leiine who Is continuing the bust • 
iiiss and all moneys owing to the late 
llrm are to he paid to the said F, J'eune. 

related thjs 26th_day ot. July. ,ilin.^^_ 

" -"Tr^jEUNK;-— -t 

p. JEUNE. 



.. NOTICE 



In the Estate of Thomas H'.;<3»^<wers. 
laite of Victoria. British Cortiml!! ■, 
Deceased,, Ip testate."": ' ^ 



Ladies arc advised to conic 
_^JjAfiy aticl seGiirp seats. 



Maynard & Son 

.Vuclioiieci.S' 

Maynard & Son 






Coleman, Alberta 



Crow's Nest Coal 
Fields 



Headquarters, of the Gigantic 

Collieries of the International 

Coal and Coke Co., Ltd. 



In the matter of the estate of Blanche 

Ede. late of the City of Victoria, B. C., 

widow. z'. 

All persons hartlng' claims against 

the above estate are requested to send 

particulars/thereof to the undersigned 

on or before August 22. 1910. after 

which date the executor will proceed to 

dislrihutn the assets of the deceased. 

Situated in Fambtis.fcSfh^'l^^.^ '"''''^. ^' 

Dated this 2lBt July, 1910. 
Victoria. B. C. 

GEO. A. MpRfJil,- 

Soilcltor for Executor. 



ITavlgable "Waters Protection Act 

N"'.)'ru."l-; iK hcroby nlv^ii iliaL John 
Raymond of the City of Victoria. Brit- 
ish Columbia!, Is applying to His Excel- 
lency the ■'I'lovernor General of Canada 
•consldered-uhlesshn ^'"Mncll for appioval cf the plans an 1 

<n -iimnlled slirned ^'^^'^'''''J"*'"-'' "'' *'''''• of ivorks propose 1 
.. "^'^ :■:..? ,"!!^ . to be constructed by him in , Victoria 
Harbor Immediately fronting llot 562A, 
Block 41, Victoria. B. C. and has d. - 
posited the said plans and descriptions 
of site with the Minister of Public 
Works at "Ottawa and a dupllca-pR there- 
of jvlth the Registrar General of Titles 
In the Land Registry fJfflce.v Vlctorin. 
B. C.. and that the mattor of tho .^ai i 
application will be proceeded \v • ' " 
the ex p iration o f one month fr';"' ±'--_ 
lliTle' .OT' th'e Jli'st jiublTcStloit oTTlils' no- 
tice in the "Canada Gazette." 

Dated this 26,th day of July. 1910. 
W. H. LAXGLE't. ^ 
till Government Street. 
, • Victoria, B. C. 

Solicitor for Applicant. ■ 



TIMBER AND 



COMIVIZB- 



FORESTRY 
SION. 



Final Sitting 



AU0TJO.NF3EJRe 



Instructed we will s' 

room, ni'l I ' ' 



NOTICE Is hereby given, il.at final 
.ilttlngs of the Timber and Forestry 
<'i.rnnlssion will he held In tho Court 
ff'.iis'', Victoria, comniencihg Augu.st 
-1... i M'«-tt r*-!- , -I .lu-nh"'"" o^" 1 '';>'"• a. m. - 
^MrEirth ■ P l' n.'l ' ti'N . 'r 'TTgTrfflan. ' 

\ . torlft, B. C July 1'::':' t'»lin; 

InOTICE OF DISSOLUTION 



'■ ^ '1 . < * • 



All persons having claims against th. 
-de.ceased nrO~"refiTrcsted to -mnid. partlc- 
uhirs thereof, rljily verified to the lin- 
dcn-dghed on or before tho lat day of 
September, , 1910, aft er__whjch__ date the 
.tdmlnistratrlx iwlTf pFijceetf to~distrlbuto 
t he- ossttts^-uf.— the- d«e«fl*e«l-- among J,hQ_ 
[■••rfcins entitled thereto having regard 
.iniy lO the"~ftfinm>) of which she then 

,oLlV1'; ,M; T,o\y I':kn, 

fir,l Belto^-Ave., VtctoHa West. 

\'lctorla. B. C. 
Adminls'trBttTf: 



pm. 



Phone lyirJ* 



HERBERT S. LOTT 

Hotiril or Trade BIdg. 



B 



vTir.DTNO TjOt.s. half block from 

I,lnd<>n avfriue; price I050 each; terms. 



D. McllMTOSH 

Ileal Eatate and I Inanclal Acent. 

.Vtahon Bldg., <J«vernn»ent Stre.'l. Victoria 

B. t. Telephone lUU. 



Tomorrow, 2 

jjK. ' ■ .\ \'i 1 w i .1 .; . In I i- 1 

FURNllURE AND 
RFFIiCTS 



TAKE NOTICE that the jiartnershlp 
heretofore suhsltitltiug between S.L..W.11-- 
won and .f. Kennedy at Victoria, B. .f., 
nnder tJin style of "The Victoria .Gar- 
age" was dissolved on the 20tlv day of 
July. 1910. and that the said biislnesH 
wlli imnrr future, be cftrrled on by «. 
L Wilson to whom all outstanding ac- 
. .-iiirrts are psyal-le and who Wllf be rc- 
-iHfhslble for -all liabilities in Connec- 
lion with the said hustness. 

.SYDNEY L.. WlLSONi, 
J. KE.NNEDY. < 
_„... .-. .. i t 



NOTICE 



Ir, the supr^ms 
I'uubia. 



of British Co- 




NOTICE. 



.ln---Uici...M 
♦ Waters 



■ InrliiVlii,. ' :. ■ ; ■ , ■ ■ I 

I'jjiCaiU. Jiuit sidcbmird', very line 
:i (jh-f-e mah. parlor suite, up- 
,i. ili^ti'i rd liVsTTRV v«ftrT^r^^ers"n■nd-'m«^h- 
l entrr. tnblos, >>ak dec. tables. JAp. 
screen, burlap screen, ovnl tiinntle nilr- 
Tor. organ, ofTlc-e nut top desk, green 
bnize top ViTiT?«';~"<?x. table, fancy wsjre, 

e'liriief ' s"qu'itrP8,r ctrpl'^tS: tfhd-rtigTs:'"*'!?'-' '}";TtiStlce Clemen t. dal ed t 
KHut oHkdre.sflIng tnhle. 3 fill most new June. A. D. 
hcdifoom suites, single and full size Iron ; wan appoint 
hcdsteada, springs and t<vp rniittressea, 
Iressifr rvnd stand, separate oak find, 



Court 

i '. 

The EPtnle of tUfv^tf, 

''1.' InteMtuto, 



Messrs. Stewart \VilUams„& 
Go./of Victoria, h^vin^ t)een diily 
instructed j/y the International 
Coal apd Coke Co., ttd., .will sell 
by I^ubUc Auctipn at Victoria, 
: B; C»i #« Hortilay and Tuesday, 
the 19th , and 20th September, j 
1910, tfie remainder of the com- j 
pany's ReaV Estate Holdings in; 
the---at-yL-o{_CQl,eman, Alberta, j 
compHsrng some Three Hundred | 
eligible Biisines3™and,,JLesJdential ; 
Sit es, loc ated' in this thrivlns in- ! 
dust rial cchtr eV . j 

- For furthe r"and"t{iH pai'ticula-fsJ 
•plans, maps, . pliotographs, -etc.r4 
apply to The Auctioneer, 



CANCEI.I.ATI'JiJ or BESEB'trZ:. 

NOTICE 18 -hereby given that ths re- 
serve existing upon the lands embriaced 
In special Timber Licences No8c_2ap62, 
28903 ahd 2S»C4, situated in Coldstream 
District, Is cancelled, and that the said 
lands will he open for location under 
tho provisions of the Land Act fit m.ld- 
nixht on October 14. 1910. 

ROBlGnT A. REN WICK, 
■ Deputy' Commissioner of Lands. 

Lands Depti, Vicloiln. July 11.1910^ 



"WATEB A.OT, 1909." 

TAKE NOTICE, that I, Frederick N. 
Nortt>n. of the city of Vancouver, B. C, 
lumljerman.Mntend to apply to the Lieu- 
tenant-Governor In Council on Tuesday, 
the" 11th Kla'y of October, A. D. 1910. at 
the houi^ jof -44- o'clock Ini the forenoon, 
or -so soon thereafter "as the application 
can be heard, for a final license under 
Parts XL. and XII. of the "Water Act. 
19(19."' to clear, and remove obatacle-s 
f rornSalmoh rl ver and Orford bay. an 
arm" of Bute Tnlet, British Coluspbli, 
for the purpose of hiaklng the same tit 
"tor rsfting and, driving logs and pen- 
n1n)? back .and storing water, and for 
erecting boomlng'^grminds tn-jsatd" Or- 
ford * hay, approximate maps, plans and 
particulars of which tindcftaking are 
filed ln..,*he offices of the Chief Com- 
missioner of Lands and Water Commi--^- 



stoner at-Vlet«n4«. 

Dated this. 29th Aay of 
1910. FREDERICK N. 



July A. D. 
NORTON. 



TBEB 



BOITBED 



In tl ■ 

trators .\ct:. 

NOTICE Is -herr:.by 
an order granted by 



I Adinlnls- 
liiaf under 



white ofUHth'el . wa.-iihHtJinds, towels. 



I'li.^ rs 1 i.:n.''i. 

of the es- 
tate of the Bb"\'- .!''< i-aceil. All parties 

having claims against the said estate 
are -request*Kl to send . particulars Of 



Stewart Williams 

637 Fort Street. Victoria, B^ 

DAVitS & SONS 



We 
Invite 



~iTiinrTIrne">''o'a are litlI5iJiH-V lciiitf-> 
-Nt>te-tlt e ' wa y "w;e clean and till 



MERCHANDISE OF AI.I. KIWDS 
STORED ASO DISTRIBUTED ^, 

Duncan's Warehouse 



ITegotlnble Warehouse Retcolpts is- 
sued. Purnlttire and . Household Goods 
careftiUy handletl. Stone Building and 
1.0W InsurMice. 



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Phone 1685. 



'635 Tates St. 



Miik and CpMmdejiv^sired_in Bot- 
tles tojiriy part_of tho City; also 
Frc ah Eggs^and Pur e ,Cowichan 

Dutt^r. . 

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' ive- 'lis' atfiar or-rl'-r .•ui.' — 
! ' we>,can >^Rtlsfy you. 



The piiblii 



Itrliish CQlamtila__and 



sprea.dB, etc., toilet 8Pt.« ami mantel i^^me to me on or before the 29tfi day of 



. ,. ,...,, , .. , , „,„^, ,,,., foldgr. hextr 2 chlldren8^ lr-«n--eot.R .and.j.y^if~.tjH4^.jia_UL^BJid nil persons Indebted 

visltorsarecordlally Invited to mee^tjhe I, ^^^^^ ^,„j^ kitchen tables, flut Irs, | f^ Thrsaid estate are .required to pay 



565 



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AND 828 YATES STREET 



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night Hi:>hornhte Sir Wilfrid Lnurler 
.; (• M •; I' I'. Iremier of Cnn.ada. 
sii ;, |,.ii.i I i.'.i.;i.ii, to be tenderetl hy 
the premier- a*K} members of the exei-u- 
llve council of the government oi; Brit- 
ish Columbl.i. In th* ParllnnVent Hutlrt- 
(irims. Victoria. On Wedib-H'hiy, the ITlh 

'.;.-4|Htlt nt '' 11. Ill 

. IIKNUV Is.'^Sd.N" \iii"\'; 

I • I'rox incifil ."rC'-'rvtai ) . 



t-ooklng utenslj*. lamps, almost new j ^u^,, indebtelnesri to me forthwith, 
elder press, gent's .Slnfjer bicycle, nl- Dated at Vlcijorla. B. C, this 29lh day 
mo.«it newv 2 other hlcyclea in got)d 



other hU'-yclea in 
condltkyi, washing machine, almost j 
new 4-hf)lp raiigr^, fr-hole >u'orn ratige, I 
■{- hole cook sto'v-e, 2 li enters, el-tv- "TTTi't 
account of linen sale goods on view* 
■ •nly Frlda.v morning, 



of July, 1910. 



WM. 'MbNTBITH. 

Tjfrirlnl - Admrnl«irntnr. 



Maynard 41 Son, 



t^ever^s "V-Z (Wtsc nead) Oirtnfertsm 
Boap Potrdrr dufttcd in the balh, softer.* 
Auctioneers i '"« water 4«a4 «iisiai«U. Jf 



To Rent 

' House fthd cottage, central, for salci 
prarioi. sc'alers from ^»c dozen, beds, 
bureaus, chntrs. .blinds from 25c nntl 
K)t8 of other goods. Davles /t Sons, 
Auctioneers. .56.i,and 82« Vates street 



Advertise in THE COLONIST 



SlUtLMeiSOW&CO. 



Slcvvai f. B. C, and 
Rupert, B. C. 



Pr inca 



the 



I'is=."al Ai:r;r- ; 

Main Reef Mining Co. 

The property o) this com- 
pany adjoins that of the 
Stewart JvJining and_ Devol- 
opmcnt Co. 



PHONE 2466 



The Guaranteed Piife 
Milk Supply Co., Ltd. 

612 Pandora Avsnus 



Advertise in THE COi.0NIST 



NOTICE 



Campers ant 
hot pcrmitter! '• 
Section (/\ V- 
trier, othcrv. 1 .; 1 
Rosebank, 

^uhc 131I1, './lo. 



u.nicers nrc 
land on 
•alt Dis- 

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Visit Our Tea Roomt« Third 
Floor. A Cup of Good Tea 
Is the Best Refreshment 
You Can Have. 




nCTORI A DAILY COLONIST 



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Thuraiiay, August 11, 1810 



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DAVID SPENCER, LIMITED. 



All of Our Chocolates Are 
Madebn the Prepiises. They 
Are Pure *nd Wholesome 



ay, $2.90 

StandSj Trays, Tables, Paper Boxes, Etc-MissionFintsh 





niture 




Special Valyies in Fancy Lj nensJPgy: 

lies, Etc. 

Crochet Doylies, with linen centres in a larg:c variety of designs 25^ 
Battenburg Scarfs, -i8,-in .wide x />in. long, l scfiil '^'^^H'J^^^, 

Fancy 'oVesser ScarVs; 'in ncV with^^ white, cream and e^cni, 

t^o-in. X 54-in- long •'•'•■ ' " ' ' "'■ '.", 'u V 'j-,,-.,^ 

D^wn-Thread Work Scarf. i8-in. x 45-i"- wnle. wuh neat lio^^ 

Stitched borders . . ..^ . .. ..^^:»_m_« _?. • ; ■ ' ' V . „„t^^ .,n,i 

Fancy Centrepieces, of line n, with dra wn-thread ^^o^K ""^re^ma 

Battenburg- lace edges .. "77777777". ■ • • ;■■■■■; -i 

Fancy Linen Centrepieees7T<5=1n7-x-3tFin. square, w.th l^e.nsm.lud 

borders, with drawn-thread work m centre „• • ■'^'^■^ 

Battenburg Lace Centrepieces, with fancy linen c.ntrc. ^'^"^^ j*'^^^- 

ty designs. 27-in. .v27-in. an.l ^o-m. x .v>in. square.. Each :|51.£>U 

HousehoWA^ 

j^jheAn nex at Extremely Low Pri ces 

Food Choppers, with fine tnediu.n and-coafsecutter-. that sharpen 
while itfuse. Will chop all ktnds of fruit, meat and vegetables. 

Three sizes, August Prices, $1.50; $1.00 • • , • • ■ ■ / '»* 

Jelly Glasses, two sizes. -August Price per dozen. 500 an., . . .. o 
Decorated Galvanized Ice Boxes, with compartme.u. ■■^^■''^ J^\]V 

Scotch Mush Bowls! nuidVofearilMuVa,';. .vhich mak^^it frr. ur.u 

metallic taslo. August Price ••;-■.:.■;•.:■•■; " " " ' ■ xnj\ 

Earthen Casseroles, with lid. has beautiTul finish, " ''■ 

. Fine for stews as the meats retam thcr natura; n.'... > ^^ , 

..i/,-^ \u'nT<t Prices. Si. 2;. H:;e and ..._ ..,»v^V 

Vi^nid Chi^ Meat Platter,' T-.u. ....: A very harcl substance 

made tostand i.a ■. near. X eat •pattern. ^^^^' ^^^; /^^^ 

VitriHed^'SmaMUk' Jugs;" ,' quart Vize:/ "xeVy strong and |Jh1 

shane Retrtilar "^c. .August i^ale Price «>y«' 

vS^S-cS^ Jugs, r-2 Ja 1 pint <izcs. Regular 20c Augt^st ^le 

GlLss'Bcrry'Sets.'gondpaUern.V feces.. Special, per set .....35r 



Mattresses at $2.90 

Mattresses, covered in strong sateen tick- 
ing, cotton top an4 bottom, wdth sterilized 
excelsior in the centre. Well made, will 
wear for years. Single size only. .^2.90 



Ar^ You Rua J)own? 

If vou-^re.-vou wuni a mnir We_caa_^upply you-at a reason- 
able price. The following H^i comprTses the best tonics and appe- 
tite pr^dtK■er,■^ : • __ 
English Orange Quinine Wine pfXJ^ uart t>ottle.., ,, . .;. , .,.. . . . ■ ^^^^ 

Enghsh Quinine and Iron Tonic, j.cr l&rge bottle ...-. --j>c 

Quinine and Iron Wine, i^cr large bottle :.......... ^^<^ 

Beef, Iron and Wine. Loibigs. $1.00 size for »>^C 

Ferrovim, D, .\: 1 ... -Si. 00 size for . . • ^7-> • •■• > • • • ^'^^ 

Genuine Blauds Iron Tonic Pills, pei i^.tile of TOO pills. .... .^ _4o^ 

FelloWs Syrup of Hyphosphites «! 00 

Peptomangan, Guides • • ' ' ' ' \f\c 

Chases Nerve Food, .^rie Avx f-r . .... • ^^^v 

Ferrozone Tablets • '^^ -^^ 

Williams Pink Pills. -V"" '^r .^ ''"" «-'An 

'Pinkhams Vegetable Compound, Si.e>^ • ; " ""■ _.^. ^'^^^^ 

Paines Celery Com.pound ' '__^ 

ENO'S FRUIT SALT, $1.00 Size for ,....< oc 

Ladies* Fine Unen^C^^ 

day, at $3.75 

Have vou any use for a Lincn.Coat' If so. this is a splendid oppor- 
tunity to get one extremely cheap . These arc m full length and 
three-quarter styles. Made -f an extra fmr iwun, n, -n...,.- ..i 
white blue, pink and mauve. Soir- • these arc handsomely 
■ rrimm"ed with lace panels. Todav ,..u may have your choice 
of these at ...^.i.^o 



SolidGolden Oak Bureaux 
at $16.90 

SoHd Golden Oak Bureaux, beautifully fin- 
ished in pleasing colonial design. Large 
bevelled plate mirrors. This' is an excep- 
tionally good bargain .. .t.t... .^16.90 

Solid Oak Bureaux, reg. 
$18.75. Today, $12.75 

Bureaux, solid oak, finished golden, large 
!)eveired plate mirror. These are a grand 
bargain. Regular Si8.7.^. Special today 
jlt .' «pl2.<«3 

Japan ese Mattin| Squares 
at $1.00 

Japanese Matting Squares. These are a 
-plendid floor covering for bedroom, easy 
I .> I j. .and keep clean, in a large variety 
of- designs and colorings. Size o x ij. 
Price : 1^1.00 

3-PleceParlor Suite. $38.90 



Easy Chairs. Today, at 
$13.75 



Two only, Easy 
Chairs, ui)holster- 

— ed in fine woven 
a-pestry. best 
cjuality s p r i n gs 
and materials only 
used in the mak- 
ing of these chairs. 
They are roomy 
and give every 
comfort when in " 
use. Today's price 




$13.75 



Ladies' HandRerchiefs Specially Priced 
at, e ach,, 5c and 15c, for Friday 

— — ^— — — — — — — — 

Ladies' Lawn Handkerchiefs, with 34-inch hemstitched borders.^ 

Each ..,•.. • • . 5<^ 

Fancy Handkerchiefs, with pure linen centres and edged with pretty 
Valenciennes lace edgings, Vi to 2-in. wide. These are exceptional 
values at, each ^....-r 15^ 



of mahogany, beatitiftiliy ' uphol- 
stered in green leather hikI si)len- 
didly lini.shcd. Today's price at 
our August sale ^38.90 



Oil clotlis. Today, at 25c 

We are placing on sale lor Today Oil Cloths 
;,! \\ • V. price of 25c per square yard. 
These come. in 'a big range of designs and 
colorings. loothf-M-a! and tile, and are 
largely used !■ t diiung rwom, bedroom, 
kitchen and bathrooms. You will need 
to be here ■. - :oday to secure this' bar- 
gain. See liroad street windows. Per 
square yard . . . . , ■ • -Soc* 

inlaid Linoleum, yd., 75c 

Inlaid Linoleums, in floral and tile designs 
and rich colorings. This make is -adapt- 
ed -lor-very hard wear and makes a good 
floor govering_for^dining-room, bedro om , 
bathroom and kitchen. Pe r sguare 
vard • "• ♦ • » •-•■• • '^v 



Davenp ortat $49.75- 



C haiBois Gl ove Tfof ^^adie s 

There is iDthing more useful for present wear than Chamois Gloves. 
They wash so well. Our new stock has_just ai rived. Two-but- 
ton length, in white and natural. . Per pair . . . ., $1.00 

Twelve-button length, in natural only. Per pair- $1.50 

Ladies' and Gents Umbrellas 

We have j usV opened, - tq ?-^ new delivery of Ladies' and Gents' 
Irnrbrellas. . ;-'' ., " 

There is a- big variety, "fancy han.Ue-^. natural wood \yith silver 
and goM plate mounts, and pearl witti fancy mounts JMk covers 
are a lovely quality silk and wool, and are absolutely fast l)lack. 
All are fitted with steel frames and tubes. 

Ladies $3,50, $.^.00 and >.>...» 4» • • •'" • $2;50 - 

Gents', ^ach,.'$3-oo and . ::T.:. $2.50 

We Have J ust Re ceived Another Delivery 

of Fancy NecKwear, Mostly in the Baby 

Irish Lace E ffects 

Some real dainty designs in Jabots, at 50c, 75c and... .$1.00 

Pretty Dutch Collars, Si.OO, $1.25, $1.50 . . . - $2.00 

Dutch Collar and Cuff Sets, in white and crfeam. Per set .... $2.00 
Ladies' Cotton Hose, dinilde heels and toes. Fast colors, in black, 

tan. f)'x-blood. green, helio, .sky, pink, navy blue aiVd white.. 25f^ 
Ladies' Cotton Hose, fast, stainless dye, in black with white cotton 

feet: All size?>8>^'to 10 • • • • • • • • • ^S^ 

ClearanceTale of Ladies' Outing Hats. 
jtee^$4.50, F riday, fbr^LOa 



Davenport, built of solid quarter cut • oak, 
finished golden, upholstered in best qual- 
ity leather. August Sale $49.75 



Brussels Carpet Squares at $13.75 



Brussels Carpet Squares in a large range of colorings and the new seasM*ff 4^^ 
signs. Tlic\ com.e in reds, greens.lawns, etc. These are a snap.";' ' ' ' 
Size 9 -x 9. Price • • ^ ......... J?4-o. do 

Men's Imported Outing Shirts, Friday, at 75c 

'111,, iinr "i ■■')'■■ !!- v^!n.h we are placing on sale Friday will at once commend thein- 

• selves to any man wishing to make a saving anr^a substantial one af that. These arc in 

fancy cotton mesh with colored stripes, also in cream cotton with stripe. Friday . .-..T^^ 



Friday means a general clearance of outing hats priced up to $4-50. 

:' Amongst these will be found many very fascinating and becoming 

shapcs.Aery prettily trimmed. Friday's clearance price. .. .$1.0U 

Oah Stools at $1.85 

Stools made of solid oak, finished Early English;. Mission style, top 
__upholStered' in solid leather. Special Thursday ....... ..$1.85 



S moRers' Stands at $L9 

Smokers' Stands in solid oak, Early English finish, with brass 4it.- 
tings. Special today • ?l-»<^> 

Mattresses, To day, $5.90 

Mattresses, built of fine q^iality felt in best sateen striped tick. Can- 
not get displaced or become lumpy, sanitary in_.every degree. All 
sizes. These. ATe a splendid bargain. Today . ; . . r. .•'.,.• ... $5.90 



B oys' Wash Sui ts, 
Values up to $3, 



1 fy.m.j^-''*- 



Today, for 



$ 




A finer aggregation of Boys' 
W'ash Suits at such a tre- 
mendous saving could not 
be wished for. They are 
in all kinrls of stripes, 
broken checks, etc., in 
piques, crashes, stylishly 
made, and will stand all 
--- -kindf; of rough u-age. 
Regular values up tr) $3.(X) 
for jpl.25 

Boys' Fine Norfolk Suits. Reg . Values to 
~ $3.50, today, $2.25 

This is a saving which is well worth taking advantagcOf. Just the kind for 
school wear, very strf)ngly made in..i>orfplk. Any niother will be proud to 
sec th^ little fellow dressed in one of these suits. The usual selliitg' price 
of these were $3.50. Special price today • • ■ • .$2.25 



Another Lot of Lace Curtains^Go on | The Advance styiesjn 

Sale, Today 

— ' — ~~ , t ' ' 

Thirty Pairs only, Nottingham Lace Curtains, in ecru shade, all in strong 

_ double thread, 3 yards long. These are^^a great bargain. . See T^.road 

street wfndows. 1 'rice .■irrw-"".~T-rv'5iri^TT(-T-rT.-. .-.■-. q>.^,.Mi 

Friday Spec ials in Our Staple D e- 

partment "^: ^ 



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72-In. Bleached Table Damasks in 
good designs, y.ird 65^ 

Full Sized Bleached Bed Sheets, 
fair ... .. .$1.75 

Oiir remaiTitn^g stSck' of Muslin and 
Dress Linens. Reg. ,Spc : to 75c 
Wcdticsflay yd ......25^ 



2"; Doz^- Huckabuck Towels 2 for 

' ,;..., 25<^ 

White Grecian Quilts 85<* 

Roller and Glass Towelling in 

.:,,,:.. .,;A '.yru .......\...10(^ 

16 Only, Eiderdown Com fort cin 
Reg. .?! 5.00. ..-- .$9.75 



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Corset Cover s jljjc 

2KC \^ a verv small price indeed to i>av for such fine quality- Gorset.Cov- 

\ers Thev are mad.^ of finexambric. These have two rows, of fine lace 

in!Scrtion,'made in a style which will appeal at once to any lady wishmg 

'rtiW"COTSCt cover at.very. littlfc price. Todnv's price .Z.>f 



Clothing Jg ^Men Will 

Please Those Who se Aim 

Is to Wearihe Best at 

the L owes t Price 

,V\ arr^etirselves stitprised in the ex- 
t reme at. the splendid quality- materi«4*-- 
whicFT has bcetf UMd ur the' r. m.^{ ruc- 
t ipn . of .th^se fi nr^^SP -WrJA' ' '"<' 
shows 'the 'm^astei* stroke, in fine i.nl.w 
iiig~an(rWi|h.__Th:ey are' in ;i uun^h<'v 
of very desirable mixtu'-' ;nhl dia.lc-, 
;in<l are cxcepfional v.-ihu' to saythe 
least. Priced_at_from .$10 

Men's Imitation Panama Straw Hats, Values 

up t o $2 for 75c 

'{■Uvrc is pl.uiv of time vet for the use of a Straw Hat, and it wiH piy you to 
inirxha.se here todav at .such....a,_saving. Otir reason for such a re- 
.luclion lies in the fact that we dr.n't wish to carry any r,ver until "^^^^'^^a- 
si 'tr, hence this bargain. Today « **f 



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